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# An electrochemical cell is composed of pure copper and

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Problem 17.6

An electrochemical cell is composed of pure copper and pure cadmium electrodes immersed in solutions of their respective divalent ions. For a 6.5 102 M concentration of Cd2, the cadmium electrode is oxidized, yielding a cell potential of 0.775 V. Calculate the concentration of Cu2 ions if the temperature is 25C. 1

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Emily Ballentine eballen@g.clemson.edu ECON 2110­41 Notes 10/11/17 1 Microsoft Excel Hot Keys  Ctrl+ - bottom of sheet  Ctrl+ - right of sheet  Ctrl+ - top of sheet  Ctrl+ - left of sheet  Ctrl+C – copy  Ctrl+V – paste  Ctrl+S – save  Ctrl+Z – undo  = - starts a formula  * = multiply Addressing  Relative Addressing – uses the cells in the same relative positions for a formula  Absolute Addressing – use \$ to define both the column and row to stay the same in every cell that formula is used in  Mixed Addressing – use \$ on either the row or column to keep it the same while allowing the other to change Other Actions 

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