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When writing cell diagrams, we are supposed to have the anodic compartment on the left and the cathodic compartment on the right. To go more into detail about the anodic compartment, the far left side is supposed to have the metal or solid electrode, right side of the anodic compartment is supposed to have whatever gaseous or aqueous things are present. All of the different phases are separated by a single vertical solid line. Then the anodic and cathodic compartments are separated by 2 vertical solid lines. The cathodic compartment has the same thing but with the electrode on the far right.
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