As a standard voltaic cell runs, it "discharges" and the cell potential decreases with time. Explain.

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  1. The concentrations of the "ingredients" changes with time because one is being depleted and the other is being increased.
    E = Eo - (0.05916/n)log(1/M^x+) for each half cell.

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  2. The constration ingredant Cheng with time

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