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How do u write the conventional cell diagram for this equation

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    I think it goes something like this:

    Pt(s)|H2(g)|OH–(aq),H2O(l)||O2(g)|H2O(l),OH–(aq)|Pt (s)

    In the image you posted it's a half equation, so technically what you might just be looking for is the right side of what I've written. However, what I've written describes the conventional cell diagram for an alkaline hydrogen-oxygen fuel cell, if that was actually what you were looking for.

    Hope I helped a bit!
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