# Chemistry

For the following electrochemical cell
Cu(s)|Cu2 (aq, 0.0155 M)||Ag (aq, 3.50 M)|Ag(s)

write the net cell equation.

I presume it is Cu + 2Ag^2+ --> Cu2+ + 2Ag

Calculate the following values at 25.0 C using standard potentials as needed.

Eocell = ?
dGorxn = ?
Ecell = ?
dGrxn = ?

I calculated Eocell to be 0.46 V and Ecell = 0.546 V. The problem I am having trouble with is how to calculate dGorxn and dGrxn. Please help? :(

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1. dGo rxn = -nFEo
dGrxn = -nFE

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2. Yes, I got. Thank you Drbob222! :)
I been using alternate equations..with applying dG = -nFE ..

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