Chemistry

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.

asked by Morgan
  1. You didn't answer my previous response.
    How much do you know about this? Where are you stuck?

    posted by DrBob222
  2. 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

    posted by Morgan
  3. I think the answer is a or b am I correct

    posted by Morgan
  4. I think the answer is a or b am I correct.

    posted by Morgan
  5. Yes, c and d are obviously wrong.

    posted by DrBob222
  6. 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?

    posted by DrBob222

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