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Chemistry exp.
« on: July 04, 2021, 12:06:10 PM »
Hello I am confused about the solution as how to solve the for the answer.

I found this but couldn't solve to get anything.

Ag/AgCl electrode is insoluble salt type electrode, here redox reaction of Ag takes place as

AgCl(s) + e– → Ag(s) + Cl–(aq). (1)

Also Ag falls below H in electrochemical series (+0.8 V vs SHE) and hence can behave as non- polarizable electrode i.e. its potential doesn't change by passing current through it so this type of electrodes can be used as reference electrodes

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Re: Chemistry exp.
« Reply #1 on: July 04, 2021, 01:12:20 PM »
Do you know the Nernst equation?

What is concentration of Ag+ after addition of dichromate?
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