A certain metal M forms a soluble nitrate salt M(NO3), Suppose the left half cell of a galvanic cell apparatus is filled with a 3.50 M solution of M(NO,), and the right half cell with a 35.0 mM solution of the same substance. Electrodes made of M are dipped into both solutions and a voltmeter is connected between them. The temperature of the apparatus is held constant at 35.0 °C. O left Which electrode will be positive? O right What voltage will the voltmeter show? Assume its positive lead is connected to the positive electrode. Be sure your answer has a unit symbol, if necessary, and round it to 2 significant digits.

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A certain metal M forms a soluble nitrate salt M(NO3), Suppose the left half cell of a galvanic cell apparatus is filled with a 3.50 M solution of M(NO,),
and
the right half cell with a 35.0 mM solution of the same substance. Electrodes made of M are dipped into both solutions and a voltmeter is connected between
them. The temperature of the apparatus is held constant at 35.0 °C.
O left
Which electrode will be positive?
O right
What voltage will the voltmeter show? Assume its positive lead is connected to the
positive electrode.
Be sure your answer has a unit symbol, if necessary, and round it to 2 significant
digits.

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A certain metal M forms a soluble nitrate salt M(NO3), Suppose the left half cell of a galvanic cell apparatus is filled with a 3.50 M solution of M(NO,), and the right half cell with a 35.0 mM solution of the same substance. Electrodes made of M are dipped into both solutions and a voltmeter is connected between them. The temperature of the apparatus is held constant at 35.0 °C. O left Which electrode will be positive? O right What voltage will the voltmeter show? Assume its positive lead is connected to the positive electrode. Be sure your answer has a unit symbol, if necessary, and round it to 2 significant digits.

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