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Avoltaiccellisconstructedinwhichthefollowingcllreactionoccurs.Thehal-cellcompartmentsareconnectedbyasalt bridge.2Ag(a) 21 (aq)>2Ag(s)The anode reaction is:I2(s)1The cathode reaction is:migrate the Ilthe Ag|Ag+ electrode.In the external circuit, electrons migrate▼ the 1112 electrode▼In the salt bridge, anions migrate▼ the AgAg+ compartment▼ the 1-12 compartment.

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A
voltaic
cell
is
constructed
in
which
the
following
cll
reaction
occurs.
The
hal-cell
compartments
are
connected
by
a
salt bridge.
2Ag(a) 21 (aq)>2Ag(s)
The anode reaction is:
I2(s)
1
The cathode reaction is:
migrate the Il
the Ag|Ag+ electrode.
In the external circuit, electrons migrate
▼ the 1112 electrode
▼
In the salt bridge, anions migrate
▼ the AgAg+ compartment
▼ the 1-12 compartment.
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A voltaic cell is constructed in which the following cll reaction occurs. The hal-cell compartments are connected by a salt bridge. 2Ag(a) 21 (aq)>2Ag(s) The anode reaction is: I2(s) 1 The cathode reaction is: migrate the Il the Ag|Ag+ electrode. In the external circuit, electrons migrate ▼ the 1112 electrode ▼ In the salt bridge, anions migrate ▼ the AgAg+ compartment ▼ the 1-12 compartment.

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If a species loses one or more electrons, then it is an oxidation reaction. If a species gains an electron or more, then it is a reduction reaction. In electrochemical cell, oxidation takes place at anode whereas reduction takes place at cathode.

Step 2

In the given reaction, Ag+ receives an electron to form Ag. Therefore, it is a reduction reaction and takes place at cathode. Also, one electron is removed from I- forming I2. Hence, it is an oxidation reaction and takes place at anode.

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Electrons flow in the external circuit of an electrochemical cell occurs from the anode to the cathode. Ag|Ag+ electrode is cathode and I-|I2 electrode is anode. Therefore,...

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