2CLabManual201303

Using your cell concentrations and the reaction

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Unformatted text preview: n for Q, the reaction quotient in the Nernst equation, for the spontaneous overall cell reaction: Three choices will be given Part I Analysis. Using your cell concentrations and the reaction quotient expression, calculate and enter the value of Q for the Nernst equation for this cell, Pb(s) | Pb(NO3)2(0.10M) || Cu(NO3)2(0.10M) | Cu(s). 18 Part I Analysis. Please enter the value of lnQ that appears in the Nernst equation for this cell, Pb(s) | Pb(NO3)2(0.10M) || Cu(NO3)2(0.10M) | Cu(s) Part I Analysis. For the cell, Pb(s) | Pb(NO3)2(0.10M) || Cu(NO3)2(0.10M) | Cu(s), put all the terms together that enter into the equation for Eocell and enter the value you calculate for it. Part I Analysis. Using the equation Eocell = Eocathode - Eoanode, and the reference value of Eo for Cu(II)/Cu(s) for the role that copper plays in this overall cell reaction, determine the value of the standard potential for the half-reaction Pb2+(aq) + 2e- Pb(s) and enter it here. Part I Analysis. For cell C(gr) | Fe(NO3)3(0.10M), FeSO4(0.10M) || Cu(...
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