# Problem: Consider an electrochemical cell where the following reaction takes place: Na2O (aq) + Ba (s)      →       2 Na (s) + BaO (aq) What is the cell notation for this cell?     What is the ratio of oxidizing agent to reducing agent?

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Consider an electrochemical cell where the following reaction takes place:

Na2O (aq) + Ba (s)      →       2 Na (s) + BaO (aq)

What is the cell notation for this cell?

What is the ratio of oxidizing agent to reducing agent?

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