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    Molarities of Zinc and Silver Ions in an Electrochemical Cell

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    It is given that the electrochemical cell is at 298K. At time zero [Zn 2+ ]= 1.0 x 10 ^-3 M and [Ag +] = 0.500 M. Calculate the molarities of zinc and silver ions after a current of 2.00 amperes flow for 20 hours. Please show step by step and the units you are using.

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    This solution shows how to calculate the molarities of zinc and silver ions in an electrochemical cell after a current has been passed through it using calculations with volume, charge and moles.

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