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Savannah Mance 4G
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Postby Savannah Mance 4G » Mon Mar 09, 2020 10:30 pm

For this problem are we supposed to use the equation standard E cell= (RT/F) ln K? It says to look at the 6I.1 table but also this table doesn't show the K value for just a Nickel rxn.

Brandi 2C
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Re: 6N.15

Postby Brandi 2C » Mon Mar 09, 2020 11:18 pm

I think that you are supposed to use [ Ecell = Ecell* - (RT/nrF) ln K ] for this problem because the related example in section 6N used this. It's on page 565 in the textbook if you need further clarification!

Charlyn Ghoubrial 2I
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Re: 6N.15

Postby Charlyn Ghoubrial 2I » Tue Mar 10, 2020 8:51 pm

I’m pretty sure you use Ecell= Ecell*+(0.592V/n) x pH
Your Ecell* is 0, n=2, pH=11

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