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Cell Notation

Q. 4. Create a cell diagram (complete with states of matter and charges) for the following redox reactions. (b) Cu(s) + 2Ag^+(aq) → Cu^2+(aq) + 2Ag(s)

Solved • Oct 11, 2019

Cell Notation

Q. 4. Create a cell diagram (complete with states of matter and charges) for the following redox reactions. (a) Al(s) + 3Sn^3+(aq) → 2Al^3+(aq) + 3Sn(s)

Solved • Oct 11, 2019

Cell Notation

Q. What is the balanced equation for the galvanic cell reaction expressed using shorthand notation below?. Ni(s) Ni2+(aq) Cl2(g) Cl-(aq) C(s)

Solved • Jul 25, 2019

Cell Notation

Q. What is the reducing agent in the redox reaction represented by the following cell notation? Zn(s) ∣ Zn2+(aq) II Ag+(aq) ∣ Ag(s)

Solved • Jul 25, 2019

Cell Notation

Q. What is the shorthand notation that represents the following galvanic cell reaction with a platinum anode and a carbon cathode? 2 Fe2+(aq) + Cl2(g) → 2 Fe3+(aq) + 2 Cl–(aq) A. Pt(s) ∣ Fe3+(aq), Fe2+(aq), Cl2(g) ∣∣ Cl–(aq) ∣ C(s) B. Fe(s) ∣ Fe2+(aq) ∣∣ Fe3+(aq) Cl2(g) ∣ Cl–(aq) ∣ C(s) C. Fe2+(aq) ∣ Fe3+(aq) ∣∣ Cl2(g) ∣ Cl–(aq) D. Pt(s) ∣ Fe2+(aq), Fe3+(aq) ∣∣ Cl2(g) ∣ Cl–(aq) ∣ C(s)

Solved • Jul 23, 2019

Cell Notation

Q. For the cell, Zn(s) | Zn(NO3)2(0.10M) || Cu(NO3)2(0.10M) | Cu(s), What is the correct expression for Q, the reaction quotient in the Nernst equation, for the spontaneous overall cell reaction:

Solved • Jul 22, 2019

Cell Notation

Q. Be sure to answer all parts. Consider the following general electrolytic cell: (a) At which electrode does oxidation occur? Left Right (b) At which electrode does elemental M form? Left Right

Solved • Jul 9, 2019