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Calculate the potential of a platinum electrode immersed in a solution that is 0.1996 M in V(OH)4 ^+ . 0.0789 M in VO^2+ and 0.0800 M in HClO4

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  1. I'm a little confused about exactly what you want but I'll guess this.
    V(OH)4^+ + e + 2H^+ ==> VO^2+ + 3H2O
    E = Eo - 0.0591/1 log[V(OH)4]^+[H^+)^2/[VO]^2[H2O]^3
    You will need to look up the Eo value for [V(OH)4]^+ to [VO]^2+

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