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When looking at a table of reduction potentials, the reduction of Cu + (aq) going to Cu (s) has a standard electrode potential of 0.52 V. What does that value mean?
a) The reduction of copper cation produces 0.52 V of electricity
b) The copper cation will spontaneously create copper solid
c) The reduction of Cu+ (aq) to Cu (s) is 0.52V greater than the reduction of H + (aq) to H2 (g).
d) Cu+ (aq) is going to be reduced because its electrode potential is positive