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###### Determine which of the statements below are true for a Galvanic (or Voltaic) cell that measures a positive cell potential. Select ALL that apply:The Standard Free Energy value for this cell will be negative.The cathode solution will e decrease in charge.Anions in the salt bridge will travel toward the cathode:The oxidizing agent reacts at the cathode_Electrons will travel from the anode to the cathode through the wire:LiCIO4 would be a good option for the salt bridge solutionThe equilibrium cons

Determine which of the statements below are true for a Galvanic (or Voltaic) cell that measures a positive cell potential. Select ALL that apply: The Standard Free Energy value for this cell will be negative. The cathode solution will e decrease in charge. Anions in the salt bridge will travel toward the cathode: The oxidizing agent reacts at the cathode_ Electrons will travel from the anode to the cathode through the wire: LiCIO4 would be a good option for the salt bridge solution The equilibrium constant for this cell will be a small value (< 1). The oxidation half reaction occurs in the anode compartment The anode electrode will gain mass.

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