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The Nernst Equation

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Solved • Apr 21, 2020

The Nernst Equation

Q. Calculate E cell of this electrochemical cell under non-standard conditions: Zinc-Copper

Solved • Apr 21, 2020

The Nernst Equation

Q. What is the calculated value of the cell potential at 298K for an electrochemical cell with the following reaction, when the H2 pressure is 8.70×10-3 atm, the H+ concentration is 1.18M, and the Pb2+ concentration is 3.41×10-4M ? 2H+(aq) + Pb(s) H2(g) + Pb2+(aq) Answer: ____V The cell reaction as written above is spontaneous for the concentrations given: true/false

Solved • Apr 14, 2020

The Nernst Equation

Q. What is the calculated value of the cell potential at 298K for an electrochemical cell with the following reaction, when the Cl2 pressure is 7.61×10-4 atm, the Cl- concentration is 1.19M, and the Ni2+ concentration is 1.03M ? Cl2(g) + Ni(s)2Cl-(aq) + Ni2+(aq) Answer: ___V The cell reaction as written above is spontaneous for the concentrations given:true/false

Solved • Apr 14, 2020

The Nernst Equation

Q. For the reaction °= 2Co^3+ (aq) + 2Cl^-(aq) → 2Co^2+ (aq) + Cl2(g) • E° = 0.483 V what is the cell potential at 25 °C if the concentrations are [Co^3+] = 3.40x10^-2 M, [Co^2+] = 4.40x10^-2 M, and [Cl^-] = 0.846 M, and the pressure of Cl2 is PCl2 = 9.40 atm? Express your answer with the appropriate units.

Solved • Apr 6, 2020

The Nernst Equation

Q. Consider the reaction Mg(s) + Fe^2+(aq) → Mg^2+(aq) + Fe(s) at 47°C, where [Fe^2+] = 3.10 M and [Mg^2+] = 0.310M. What is the value for n? Express your answer as an integer and include the appropriate units (i.e. enter mol for moles).

Solved • Apr 6, 2020

The Nernst Equation

Q. What is the calculated value of the cell potential at 298K for an electrochemical cell with the following reaction, when the F2 pressure is 1.26 atm, the F^- concentration is 7.88 x 10^-3 M, and the Ag^+ concentration is 6.24 x 10^-4 M? F2(g) + 2Ag(s) → 2.00F^-(aq) + 2Ag^+(aq) The cell reaction as written above is spontaneous for the concentrations given:

Solved • Apr 1, 2020