Set up a cu and Ag voltaic cell using 10ml 0.10M cuso4 solution in a 100 ml beaker and 10ml 0.10M agno3 in a another 100ml beaker, measure the…

Set up a cu and Ag voltaic cell using 10ml 0.10M cuso4 solution in a 100 ml beaker and 10ml 0.10M agno3 in a another 100ml beaker, measure the potential of the cell 0.46v. Now disconnect the voltmeter from the cell. Add 10ml 6M nh3 to cuso4, reconnect the voltmeter and measure. 0.35v2. In one beaker, set up the copper electrode system, 10ml cuso4 solution. In the second beaker, immerse a silver electrode in 10ml 0.1M agno3, measure the potential. 0.56v. Add 10ml 1.0M Hcl to the agno3 solution, measure the new potential. 0.67v1. Ecell after adding 6 M NH3 to the copper cell.Calculate the concentration of that copper (II) ion that is in equilibrium with the complexed copper (II) ion, Cu(NH3)4^2+ in the solution. Does the calculated value make sense and what does it imply?2. Precipitation Formation- AgCl(s): Ecell after adding 1.0 M HCl only to the silver cell.Calculate the concentration of the free silver (I) ion that is in equilibrium with the precipitated silver (I) ion, AgCl. Does the calculated value make sense? Justify your answers.Thanks in advance 🙂
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