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The standard electrode potential for the reduction of the Cu(II) complex of EDTA is given by CuY2-+ 2e-+ Cu (s) + Y4- Eo= 0.13 V

Calculate the formation constant for the reaction Cu2+ + Y4-+ CuY2-

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