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The reduction potentials for the species involved in an electrochemical cell are as follows:
M+ + e– M is 0.50 V
J+ + e– J is 1.20 V.
All solutions are 1.00 M and J+ J is connected to M+ M.

A) What is E*(cell) (in V)? _______

B) Which species is easier to oxidize?

C) The electrons flow from ______ (M or J) to _______ (M or J).

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    B) M
    C) M, J

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