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At equilibrium Q = K. Substituting in K for Q, and the values for R, T, and F, we get : ... Example: Find the value of the equilibrium constant at 25<sup>o</sup>C for the cell ... - read more

... (RT/(nF)) ln (Q). e.g. for the above example, assume [Cl<sup>-</sup>] = 5 M, [Mg<sup>+2</sup>] = 3 M, p Cl2 = 0.1 atm and T = 100<sup>0</sup>C = 373 K ... Calculate the cell potential at 25 C and at -50<sup>o</sup>C if the concentration of sulfuric acid is 6.0 M. for this reaction, the value of the reaction quotient Q is: ... overall: Fe<sup>+2</sup> + 2 Ag à Fe + 2 Ag<sup>+</sup> E<sup>0</sup>cell = -1.240 V. - read more

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