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Consider the Daniell cell in Figure 18.1. When viewed

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Problem 18.113

Consider the Daniell cell in Figure 18.1. When viewed externally, the anode appears negative and the cathode positive (electrons are flowing from the anode to the cathode). Yet in solution anions are moving toward the anode, which means that it must appear positive to the anions. Because the anode cannot simultaneously be negative and positive, give an explanation for this apparently contradictory situation

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