# Chemistry

posted by Morgan

The following galvanic cell at standard conditions has a potential of 0.03 V:
Ag+(aq) + Fe2+(aq) → Fe3+(aq) + Ag(s).
What would be the effect of increasing the concentration of Ag+?

A. The cell potential will decrease.
B. The cell potential will increase.
C. The cell potential will not change.
D. The cell potential will be 0 V.

1. DrBob222

You didn't answer my previous response.

2. Morgan

well my chemistry book only goes over how to balance the equation and I know Ag is reduced but I don't know what will happen if I increase the about of Ag.

DrBod222

3. Morgan

I think the answer is a or b am I correct

4. Morgan

I think the answer is a or b am I correct.

5. DrBob222

Yes, c and d are obviously wrong.

6. DrBob222

Why don't use use the Nernst equation to calculate if the Ag^+ | e ==> Ag half cell goes up or down and how that will affect the voltage of the cell?

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