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Benjamin Feng 1B wrote:You can relate E to Gnot using Gnot = -nFE. From there, relate Gnot to K using Gnot = -RT lnK. In this case, the reaction given makes K equal to Ka
I solved up until K but didn't know how to get to Ka. In the solutions manual they took the square root of K to solve for Ka. Do you know why this is the case?
Using the appendix you find that F2+ 2e- -> 2F- gives a value of Enot of +2.87V. Then by using the equation Enot (cathode)- Enot (anode), you can find Enot cell. Then using the equation InK=nFEnot/RT you can find K. To find Ka, just find the square root of K.
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