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Calculate the time required for a constant current of 0.790 A to deposit 0.385 g of Tl(III) as Tl(s) on a cathode.

T=____s

Calculate the mass of Tl(I) that can be deposited as Tl2O3(s) on an anode at a constant current of 0.790 A over the same amount of time as calculated previously.

mass=____g

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