Acid base reaction takes place and the concentration of the respective electrolytes will be changed . Find them and apply nerst equation .
I am not getting answer mentioned that's why I asked here. Please try it and post solution
Ok will try
Isn't Volume of H2So4 required? @Siddhant_Mudholkar , it's missing
Oh wait .. it's at 30 C .
I assumed complete dissociation so the concentration of H^+ will be same as H_2SO_4
Yeah but you'll require m moles for acid base reaction
Doesn't come answer bro
@pratyaksh_tyagi Bro in SHE (standard hydrogen electrode ) conc. of H^+ is not unit then why E°=0
Also bro My teacher said here something missing in the question.
He gives us the real question I post it in a moment . @Siddhant_Mudholkar
Did you solve it correctly my answer isn't matching even for this
Bro it's concentration cell , so why not E• = 0
Ok I understand That
But why you don't use concentration of H_2SO_4
It is 0.05M
I used it in nerst equation . @Satyendra_Srivastva concentration of H+= 0.1M
Yeah I think your answer is correct