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When we are given a Cell Diagram and concentrations and asked to find the Q what do we use as the Products and Reactants. Would we not use the right side (cathode, reduced) side as the Product and the (anode,oxidized) side as the Reactant?
Brooke Yasuda 2J wrote:Yes, the anode is the product and the cathode is the reactant. This makes sense because in the anode the concentrations of reactant are decreasing as it forms product in the cathode.
So then the anode is always the product and the cathode is always the reactant?
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