Problem: Given the following redox reaction: Ce(s) + Al3+ → Al(s) + Ce3+Half Cell PotentialsCe3+ + 3 e– → Ce(s)        E° = –2.336 Al3+ + 3 e– → Al(s)          E° = –1.677Find the equilibrium constant for the reaction above.

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Given the following redox reaction: Ce(s) + Al3+ → Al(s) + Ce3+

Half Cell Potentials

Ce3+ + 3 e → Ce(s)        E° = –2.336 

Al3+ + 3 e– → Al(s)          E° = –1.677

Find the equilibrium constant for the reaction above.

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