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Solution: There are three voltaic cells. In each voltaic cell one half-cell contains a 1.0 M Fe(NO3)2(aq) solution with an Fe electrode. The contents of the other half-cells are as follows:Cell 1: a 1.0 M CuCl2

Problem

There are three voltaic cells. In each voltaic cell one half-cell contains a 1.0 M Fe(NO3)2(aq) solution with an Fe electrode. The contents of the other half-cells are as follows:


  • Cell 1: a 1.0 M CuCl2(aq) solution with a Cu electrode
  • Cell 2: a 1.0 M NiCl2(aq) solution with a Ni electrode
  • Cell 3: a 1.0 M ZnCl2(aq) solution with a Zn electrode


In which voltaic cell(s) does iron act as the anode?