# 13.Calculate the potential (E) at 25°C for the following cell. ICu2 (0.024 M)Ag (0.0048 M) Cu2+... 13.Calculate the potential (E) at 25°C for the following cell. ICu2 (0.024 M)Ag (0.0048 M) Cu2+ + 2 e-? Cu Eored (0.3402 Agt te-Ag E-red = 0.7996 V a) 0.7205 V b) 3702V c 0.8542 V d) 0.3702 V

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