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2.
The following cell is set up:
2. The following cell is set up:
Porous
Barrier
0.01M Pb(NO32
pH - 10.0
0.1M KMN04
Pt
Pb
a) What are the reactions taking place at the electrodes?
b) What will the cell voltage be?
c) What is the maximum amount of work you can get from this cell (per mole
of electrons)?
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2. The following cell is set up: 2. The following cell is set up: Porous Barrier 0.01M Pb(NO32 pH - 10.0 0.1M KMN04 Pt Pb a) What are the reactions taking place at the electrodes? b) What will the cell voltage be? c) What is the maximum amount of work you can get from this cell (per mole of electrons)?

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Step 1

The reactions taking place at each electrode are as follows :

Chemistry homework question answer, step 1, image 1

Multiplying equation (1) by 2 to cancel the electrons.

The overall reaction is:

Chemistry homework question answer, step 1, image 2

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