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Using the electrode potential sheet my teacher gave us, I worked out an e.m.f of -1.48, which suggests that this reaction is not feasible. Is this right?


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Yeah if you got the right emf then the reaction wouldn't be feasible
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Okay thanks. I thought this was right, it's just my teacher said the correct answer was +0.66 but it didn't seem right...?


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Okay thanks. I thought this was right, it's just my teacher said the correct answer was +0.66 but it didn't seem right...?


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I get the same as you
Okay cheers


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