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Use standard reduction potentials to calculate the equilibrium constant for the reaction:
Ni²*(aq) + Pb(s)→ Ni(s) + Pb2*(aq)
Hint: Carry at least 5 significant figures during intermediate calculations to avoid round off error when taking the antilogarithm.
Equilibrium constant:
AG° for this reaction would be
than zero.
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Use standard reduction potentials to calculate the equilibrium constant for the reaction: Ni²*(aq) + Pb(s)→ Ni(s) + Pb2*(aq) Hint: Carry at least 5 significant figures during intermediate calculations to avoid round off error when taking the antilogarithm. Equilibrium constant: AG° for this reaction would be than zero. Submit Answer Retry Entire Group 9 more group attempts remaining

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