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Solution: Given a voltaic cell that is made of:             Co3+(aq) + e− → Co2+(aq)                   Ag(s) → Ag+(aq) + e– Which of the following would be the correct voltaic notation for this cell? A. Co3+ | Co2+ || Ag | Ag+ B.  Ag | Co3+ || Co2+ | Ag+ C.  Co2+ | Co3+ || Ag | Ag+ D.  Ag | Ag+ || Co3+ | Co2+ E.  Ag || Co3+ ||| Ag+ || Co2+

Problem

Given a voltaic cell that is made of:

            Co3+(aq) + e → Co2+(aq)      

            Ag(s) → Ag+(aq) + e

Which of the following would be the correct voltaic notation for this cell?

A. Co3+ | Co2+ || Ag | Ag+

B.  Ag | Co3+ || Co2+ | Ag+

C.  Co2+ | Co3+ || Ag | Ag+

D.  Ag | Ag+ || Co3+ | Co2+

E.  Ag || Co3+ ||| Ag+ || Co2+