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    E° cell equation for MCAT/OAT/DAT

    i was wondering when figuring out the value of E° cell which equation do i use? 1. cathode - anode or 2. cathode + anode the OAT Kaplan book is gave the second equation but the Kaplan MCAT book is giving me the first equation
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    E° cell equation

    i was wondering when figuring out the value of E° cell which equation do i use? 1. cathode - anode or 2. cathode + anode my OAT kaplan book is giving my the second equation but the kaplan MCAT book is giving me the first equation
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    Implications behind +/- sign of anode in electrochemistry

    In a spontaneous (Galvanic, concentration) cell, the sign of the anode is (+), as anions are attracted to it in order to balance out the newly oxidized charges. Opposite occurs in the cathode. In a non-spontaneous (Electrochemical) cell, the sign of the anode is (-)... however, since oxidation...