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    manishd
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      Please explain.

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        Cathode: H+, Ag+
        Anode: F, OH

        Cathode Reaction: Ag+ (aq) + e →Ag (s)
        Anode Reaction: 4OH(aq) – 4e → 2H2O (l)+O2 (g)

        Thus, the product at the anode is oxygen gas and at the cathode electrode is silver metal.

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