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. The “pressure” on electrons to flow from one electrode to the other in a battery is called the _________ of the battery.

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Interpretation:

The correct term corresponding to the given blank is to be stated.

The “pressure” on electrons to flow from one electrode to the other in a battery is called the _____ of the battery.

Concept Introduction:

Redox reactions are defined as the oxidation-reduction reactions in which the oxidation states of atoms are changed by the transfer of electrons between two species. The chemical species that lose electrons are said to have been oxidized and are known as reducing agent while the species those gain electrons are said to have been reduced and are known as oxidizing agent.

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In a battery, the flow of electrons from the anode to the cathode depends on the ability of the reducing agent to release electrons and the ability of oxidising agent to accept electrons...

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