## Chapter 14 #117

$\Delta G^{\circ} = -nFE_{cell}^{\circ}$

Audrey Goodman 1F
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### Chapter 14 #117

This problem asks us to find the current, given delta G and the reduction half reaction. In the solutions manual, it says It=nF=delta G/-E. How do we know that current x time is equal to delta G/-E? Are we supposed to find this through units or another way (or would we be given the equation)?

Abigail Yap 2K
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### Re: Chapter 14 #117

I believe nF = -deltaG/E is derived from the equation deltaG = -nFE. However, I am not sure how we are supposed to know that It = nF. I think we would be given this equation if needed on an exam.

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