E°=0 but E≠0
The value gn is at 25°C... Isn't it E°?
Btw I tried using Ecell.. Not getting answer. Can u plz try once?
Yes bro I had got the answer when I had attempted
Find ag+ from here and then use ksp=[ag+]*[c2o42-]^2
How much you got in this test ?
Bro it's Ksp=[Ag+]^2[C2O4(2-]
Yeah had written wrong in a hurry
Ok. Got the ans finally
I remember watching a video where the resonance chemistry sir was talking about how the question is poorly framed and also theoretically incorrect.
Whats the official answer?
I think you just have to find Electrode potential of the cell and divide by number of electrons in balanced Chemical equation.
Agree with Shantanu, I don’t think it really signifies anything, just divide the two values bro.
Shame that such problems make no sense and check only if we know how to play with the formula.
Idont remember the answer key I'm out rn. But what are you getting? I did the same while sving but didn't get
I would have marked A.
Can someone pls post the solution ?
Bro please show the working for the previous question
As u add a weak alkali initially reaction takes place and conductance decreases. But later on common ion effect is there so conductivity is almost a constant cuz the base doesn’t even ionise
And what happens in strong base weak acid ?