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Calculate ΔG∘rxn and E∘cell for a redox reaction with n = 1 that has an equilibrium constant of K = 28?

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ΔG∘rxn = ......kj

E∘cell = ......V

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  1. dGo = -RTlnK
    dGo = -nFE

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