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Answer this if you can...
but you probably won't want to...
You make an Ag+|Ag half-cell under standard conditions. The volume of the solution in this cell is 100mL.
a) What voltage will you measure when you connect this cell to the standard hydrogen electrode (SHE)?
b) Now you add 100 mL of 3.0M NaCl to this solution. A white precipitate forms. What is the precipitate that formed?
c) What is the concentration of Ag+ in this new solution?
d) Now you reconnect this cell to the SHE. What voltage do you measure for your new Ag+|Ag half cell?
I don't know how to do it.
this is an experiment, how can we just "answer the question" you actualy have to build that shit dont you?
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No.. you can figure it out with equations...
i just learned that today. too bad i have no clue what the fuck to do. probably use that chart with the the E^0 (E standard) numbers on page 615....
We are using different books, I'm sure.
I think for part b) the white precipitate is AgCl Silver Chloride
yeah i think its AgCl and you have to go use your E^o chart, and make sure you switch the right equation and change the E^o's sign
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is that high school chem?
No, its college chemistry...
college man? im a freakin junior in high school. i hope i never use fuckin chem again, this is the worst class i've ever taken. if i can figure out how to work the equations, ill holler you up.
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