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A galvanic cell is made with aluminum and zinc electrodes. (For Ag^+(aq)+(e^-)--->Ag(s), E=0.80 V and for Cu^2+(aq)+(2e^-)--->Cu(aq), E=0.34 V)
Write the standard cell notation for this cell.

Wouldn't it be silly to use the potentials for copper and silver for an aluminum /zinc cell?

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