# Problem: Consider the following electrochemical cell for the question:Pt / KBr(aq, 0.01 M), Br2(l) // FeBr2(aq, 1.0M) / FeWhat is the name of the ionic compound in the anode compartment?(a) iron(II) bromide(b) potassium bromide(c) sodium bromine(d) iron bromine(e) potassium(I) bromate(ab) iron(IV) bromate  What is E°cell? (that is, what is Ecell if all reagents were present under standard conditions?)a) 0.64 Vb) -1.54 V c) -0.64 Vd) 1.54 Ve) -0.32 V ab) 0.32 V

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Consider the following electrochemical cell for the question:

Pt / KBr(aq, 0.01 M), Br2(l) // FeBr2(aq, 1.0M) / Fe

What is the name of the ionic compound in the anode compartment?

(a) iron(II) bromide

(b) potassium bromide

(c) sodium bromine

(d) iron bromine

(e) potassium(I) bromate

(ab) iron(IV) bromate

What is E°cell? (that is, what is Ecell if all reagents were present under standard conditions?)

a) 0.64 V

b) -1.54 V

c) -0.64 V

d) 1.54 V

e) -0.32 V

ab) 0.32 V

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