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Write Nernst equation and find out the emf of the following cell at 25 degree Celsius.
Pt,Br2(l)/Br-(0.010M)//H+(0.030M)/H2(1atm),Pt
E• Br2/2Br-=1.08V,R=8.134Jk-1mol-1,F=96500C mol-1.

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