A Zn/Zn2+ concentration cell is constructed in which both electrodes are pure zinc. The Zn2+ concentration for one cell half is 1.0 M, for the other, 10-2 M. Is a voltage generated between the two cell halves? If so, what is its magnitude and which electrode will be oxidized? If no voltage is produced, explain this result. Solution

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A Zn/Zn2+ concentration cell is constructed in which both electrodes are pure zinc. The Zn2+ concentration for one cell half is 1.0 M, for the other, 10-2 M. Is a voltage generated between the two cell halves? If so, what is its magnitude and which electrode will be oxidized? If no voltage is produced, explain this result. Solution
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