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Consider a concentration cell made of the following two

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Problem 18.104

Consider a concentration cell made of the following two compartments: Cl2(0.20 atm) 0 Cl2(1.0 M) and Cl2(2.0 atm) 0 Cl2(1.0 M). Platinum is used as the inert electrodes. Draw a cell diagram for the cell and calculate the emf of the cell at 25C.

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