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An electrochemical cell is based on these two half-reactions:
Ox: Sn(s) → Sn2+(aq, 2.00 M) + 2e–
Red: ClO2(g, 0.100 atm) + e– → ClO2–(aq, 2.00 M)
Calculate the cell potential at 25 °C.
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