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Ellis Song 4I
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Is the E cell given to us or is it in an appendix or will be have to solve for it?
Jonathan Gong 2H
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Standard reduction potentials of half-reactions will be given to us. We will have to solve for E cell given these values.
Ellen Amico 2L
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We calculate E cell using the equation Ecell = Ecathode - Eanode. Ecathode and Eanode are taken from the table of reduction potentials that will be given to us during the test.
Daniela Shatzki 2E
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the E cell can be given in a problem, but usually we have to solve it using the standard reduction potentials from the appendix
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usually, a table with the standards will be given to us
Kaylee Clarke 1G
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there is an equation for E cell to solve but there will be information to find the variables in the equation.
Cindy Adiwidjaja 1B
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I think that it will be given to us. Considering they were given on the midterm, I think that it will be provided.
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