The standard potentials of some metal-insoluble salt-anion electrode are as given below Ag -AgCI \ \ \ \ \ \ E_(red)

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Q 2682667537.     The standard potentials of some metal-insoluble salt-anion electrode are as given below

Ag -AgCI \ \ \ \ \ \ E_(red)^o = 0.222
Ag -AgBr \ \ \ \ \ \ = 0.03
Ag -Agl \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ = -0.151
Ag -Ag_2 S \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ =-0.69

Then the K_(sp) values must follow:

K_(SP (AgCl)) > K_(SP (AgBr)) > K_(SP) (Agl) > K_(SP) (Ag^2S)`
A True
B False

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