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Calculate the standard free-energy change for the reaction at 25 °C
Refer to the list of standard reduction potentials
2 Au3 (aq)3Ni(s) 2 Au(s) 3
Ni2+ (aq)
AG=
kJ
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Transcribed Image Text:Calculate the standard free-energy change for the reaction at 25 °C Refer to the list of standard reduction potentials 2 Au3 (aq)3Ni(s) 2 Au(s) 3 Ni2+ (aq) AG= kJ
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