In this lesson, we will learn how to calculate the standard cell potential of galvanic cells using values from the electrochemical series.

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Q1:

Find the standard electrode potential for the galvanic cell with the following overall reaction: 2Ag()+Fe()2Ag()+Fe()+2+aqssaq

Q2:

A galvanic cell consists of a Mg electrode in 1 M Mg(NO)32 solution and a Ag electrode in 1 M AgNO3 solution. What is the standard cell potential?

Q3:

Using the standard electrode potentials in the table below, calculate the standard cell potential for a galvanic cell consisting of Au3+/Au and Ni2+/Ni half-cells.

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