A cell made up of two hydrogen electrodes. The positive electrode is in contact with a solution of `10^(–4) M` hydroge

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Q 2176223176.     A cell made up of two hydrogen electrodes. The positive electrode is in contact with a solution of `10^(–4) M` hydrogen ions. The emf of the cell is 0.118 V at `25^oC` . The concentration of hydrogen ions at negative electrode is
A

`10^(-6) M`

B

`10^(-4) M`

C

`10^(-2) M`

D

None of these

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