
#1
May912, 04:08 PM

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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution I always thought you put the electrolyte of one half cell on one side and the other electrolyte on the other side The answer given is C. But this includes VO_{2}^{+} which is not in the initial eqn on the RHS? 



#3
May1012, 01:36 AM

P: 614

VO_{2}^{+} + H_{2}o = VO^{2+} + 2h^{+} 



#4
May1012, 01:42 AM

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P: 22,673

Cell diagrams  how to draw them
They are not balanced yet (you ignored electrons), but you are on the right track.
Do you see why C? 



#5
May1012, 02:38 AM

P: 614

I think you are supposed to put the stronger reducing agent on the left side? 



#7
May1012, 03:09 AM

P: 614

...I guess though this will help me in exams as I will be more aware of what is going on....thanks for helping me :) 


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