A cell contains two hydrogen electrodes. The emf of the cell is `0.118 V` at `25°C`. Calculate the concentration of hy

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Q 1230591412.     A cell contains two hydrogen electrodes. The emf of the cell is `0.118 V` at `25°C`. Calculate the concentration of hydrogen ions at the positive electrode. If the negative electrode is in contact with a solution of `10^(–6) M` hydrogen ions.
A

`10^(–6) M`

B

`10^(–5) M`

C

`10^(–4) M`

D

`10^(–3) M`

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