What is the calculated value of the cell potential at 298K for an electrochemical cell with the following reaction, when the Ag+ concentration is 1.42 M and the Mn²+ concentration is 8.50x10-4 M? 2Ag*(aq) + Mn(s)- →2Ag(s) + Mn²*(aq) Answer: The cell reaction as written above is spontaneous for the concentrations give v true false Submit Answer Retry Entire Group 9 more group attempts remaining

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What is the calculated value of the cell potential at 298K for an electrochemical cell with the following reaction, when the Ag+
concentration is 1.42 M and the Mn²+ concentration is 8.50x10-4 M?
2Ag*(aq) + Mn(s)-
→2Ag(s) + Mn²*(aq)
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The cell reaction as written above is spontaneous for the concentrations give v
true
false
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What is the calculated value of the cell potential at 298K for an electrochemical cell with the following reaction, when the Ag+ concentration is 1.42 M and the Mn²+ concentration is 8.50x10-4 M? 2Ag*(aq) + Mn(s)- →2Ag(s) + Mn²*(aq) Answer: The cell reaction as written above is spontaneous for the concentrations give v true false Submit Answer Retry Entire Group 9 more group attempts remaining