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We are asked to calculate the maximum electrical work for a voltaic cell. To do so, we need to do the following steps:
Step1: Write the balanced half-reactions occurring at the anode and the cathode.
Step 2: Determine the Eo cell using the Nernst equation.
Step 3: Calculate the maximum electrical work.
The given chemical reaction is:
A voltaic cell is based on the reaction
Sn(s) + I2 (s) → Sn2 + (aq) + 2I- (aq).
Under standard conditions, what is the maximum electrical work, in joules, that the cell can accomplish if 76.0 g of Sn is consumed?
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