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Current passes through a solution of sodium chloride. In 1.00 second, 2.68 x 10^16 Na+ ions arrive at the negative electrode and 3.92 x 10^16 Cl-ions arrive at the positive electrode.
What is the current passing between the electrodes? Current = mA
What is the direction of the current? away from the negative electrode or toward the negatuve electrode?

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  1. Current passes through a solution of sodium chloride. In 1.00 second, 2.68 x 10^16 Na+ ions arrive at the negative electrode and 3.92 x 10^16 Cl-ions arrive at the positive electrode.
    What is the current passing between the electrodes?
    Current = mA
    What is the direction of the current? away from the negative electrode or toward the negatuve electrode?

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