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Chemistry & Chemical Reactivity
Chemistry & Chemical Reactivity
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Principles Of Chemical Reactivity: Electron Transfer Reactions. 65GQ

The voltaic cell in which the hydrogen electrode serves as the cathode has to be identified. Concept introduction: Voltaic cell or Galvanic cell: The device to produce electricity by using chemical reactions. In these divces are redox chemical reactions are occured. A voltaic cell converts chemical energy into electrical energy. It consists of two half cells. Each half cell consists of a metal and a solution of a salt of metal. Two half cells are connected by salt bridge. The chemical reaction in the half cell is an oxidation reduction (redox)reactions. For example: Cell diagram of voltaic or galvanic cell is as follows. Salt bridge ↓ Cu(s)|Cu 2+ (aq) || Ag + (aq)|Ag(s) ____________ ___________ ↓ ↓ Half cell Half cell

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Chapter 19, Problem 65GQ

(a)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The voltaic cell in which the hydrogen electrode serves as the cathode has to be identified.

Concept introduction:

Voltaic cell or Galvanic cell:

The device to produce electricity by using chemical reactions. In these divces are redox chemical reactions are occured.

A voltaic cell converts chemical energy into electrical energy.

It consists of two half cells. Each half cell consists of a metal and a solution of a salt of metal. Two half cells are connected by salt bridge.

The chemical reaction in the half cell is an oxidation reduction (redox)reactions.

For example:

Cell diagram of voltaic or galvanic cell is as follows.

                 Salt bridge                        Cu(s)|Cu2+(aq)  ||  Ag+(aq)|Ag(s)____________     ___________                                       Half cell             Half cell

(b)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The voltaic cell which produces the highest potential and the lowest potential has to be identified.

Concept introduction:

Voltaic cell or Galvanic cell:

The device to produce electricity by using chemical reactions. In these divces are redox chemical reactions are occured.

A voltaic cell converts chemical energy into electrical energy.

It consists of two half cells. Each half cell consists of a metal and a solution of a salt of metal. Two half cells are connected by salt bridge.

The chemical reaction in the half cell is an oxidation reduction (redox)reactions.

For example:

Cell diagram of voltaic or galvanic cell is as follows.

                 Salt bridge                        Cu(s)|Cu2+(aq)  ||  Ag+(aq)|Ag(s)____________     ___________                                       Half cell             Half cell

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