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Calculate E, E, and DG for the following cell reactions.

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Problem 18.32

Calculate E, E, and DG for the following cell reactions. (a) Mg(s) 1 Sn21(aq) Mg21(aq) 1 Sn(s) [Mg21] 5 0.045 M, [Sn21] 5 0.035 M (b) 3Zn(s) 1 2Cr31(aq) 3Zn21(aq) 1 2Cr(s) [Cr31] 5 0.010 M, [Zn21] 5 0.0085 M

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