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Determine the direction in which the following reaction is spontaneous at 25 degrees: Mg^2+(aq) + K(s) <--------> Mg(s) + K^+(aq) Determine the equilibrium constant K and delta G^o using the cell potential for this reaction and which will be the anode and cathode?

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The reaction is spontaneous in the following direction: Mg 2+ (aq) + 2K(s) &lt;=&gt; Mg(s) + 2K +... View the full answer

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