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Clarice Chui 2C wrote:If I'm looking at a typical picture of reaction in a galvanic cell, what would be the corresponding part to the single line(s) in a cell diagram?
In Dr. Lavelle's slides, he wrote that the single line represents interface between phases in contact with each other (including porous disk/wall). So, if there is a piece of copper metal in a solution of Cu2+ for the oxidation anode, you would write: Cu(s)|Cu2+(aq).
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