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. A silver rod dipped in a solution of silver nitrate of a particular concentration shows a potential of 0.75 V vs standard hydrogen electrode. If the standard potential for silver is 0.8V, at what molar concentration of the solution the potential will become zero? a) 2.76 x 10–14 b) 2.76 x 1014 c) 7.6 x 10–28 d) 7.6 x 102

. A silver rod dipped in a solution of silver nitrate of a particular concentration shows a
potential of 0.75 V vs standard hydrogen electrode. If the standard potential for silver is
0.8V, at what molar concentration of the solution the potential will become zero?
a) 2.76 x 10–14
b) 2.76 x 1014
c) 7.6 x 10–28
d) 7.6 x 102

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Saurabh Koranglekar
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