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What is the standard cell potential of a cell made of theoretical metals Ms/Ma^+2 and Mb/Mb^+2 if the reduction potentials are -0.19V and -0.85 V, respectively?

+0.66V
-0.66V
+1.04 V***
-1.04V

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  1. -1.04v

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