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Sketch a complete Galvanic cell composed of a gold wire in a 1.00 M solution of...

Sketch a complete Galvanic cell composed of a gold wire in a 1.00 M solution of AuBr2 and a piece of aluminum suspended in a beaker containing 1.00 M AlCl3. Label which compartment is oxidizing and which reducing; also label the anode and cathode. Calculate the standard voltage of this cell. Ɛ0Au = +1.50 V; Ɛ0Al = -1.66.

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