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Title:

Chapter 21(2)

Started:

December 6, 2009 11:58 PM

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1. Calc E then K 2

What is the value of the equilibrium constant at 25 o C for the reaction between the pair:

Fe(s) and Cr 3+ (aq) to give Cr(s) and Fe 2+ (aq).

Give your answer using E-notation with NO decimal places (e.g., 2 x 10 -2 would be 2E-2; and

2.12

x 10 -2 would also be 2E-2.). Do NOT include spaces, units, punctuation or anything else

silly!

Use the reduction potentials for Cr 3+ (aq) is -0.74 V and for Fe 2+ (aq) is -0.440 V.

 

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not answered

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Equals 4E-31 (100%)

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0/1

2. Calc E then G 4

What is the value of DG o in kJ at 25 o C for the reaction between the pair:

Al(s) and Cd 2+ (aq) to give Cd(s) and Al 3+ (aq)

Use the reduction potentials for Al 3+ (aq) is -1.66 V and for Cd 2+ (aq) is -0.40 V.

Give your answer using E-notation with ONE decimal place (e.g., 2.1 x 10 -2 would be 2.1E-2; and

2.12 x 10 -2 would also be 2.1E-2.).

Do NOT include spaces, units, punctuation or anything else silly!

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Correct Answer

Equals -7.3E2 (100%) Equals -730 (100%)

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1.312

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4.

Nernst Concentrations 3

 
 

A voltaic cell consists of an Ni/Ni 2+ half-cell and a Co/Co 2+ half-cell. Calculate [Co 2+ ] when [Ni 2+ ] = 0.804 M and E cell = 0.02412 M. Use reduction potential values of Ni 2+ = -0.25 V and for Co 2+ = -0.28 V. Use scientific (E) notation with 2 numbers after the decimal point.

 
 

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1.27E0 (1.27 × 10 0 )

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0/1

 

5.

Electrolysis Molten 15

 
 

In the electrolysis of molten KCl, which product forms at the anode?

 
 

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1. K(l)

0%

2. Cl 2 (g)

100%

2. Cl 2 (g) 100%

3. O 2 (g)

0%

4. H 2 (g)

4. H 2 (g)

0%

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0/1

 

6.

Electrolysis Preparation 15

 

Sulfur can be prepared by electrolysis of an aqueous sulfate solution

 

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1. True

0%

2. False

2. False

100%

2. False 100%

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1/1

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7. Electrolysis Preparation 3

Aluminum metal can be prepared by electrolysis of its aqueous salts

 

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1. True

0%

2. False

2. False

100%

2. False 100%

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1/1

8. Electolysis Aqueous 1

What product(s) forms at the anode in the electrolysis of an aqueous solution of Cr(NO 3 ) 3 ?

 

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1. O 2 and H + 100%

1.

O 2 and H +

100%

1. O 2 and H + 100%
 

2.

H 2 and OH -

0%

 

3.

Cr

0%

 

4.

nitrogen

0%

Score:

1/1

9. Electrolysis Aqueous 30

What product(s) forms at the cathode in the electrolysis of an aqueous solution of ZnI 2 ?

 

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1.

O 2 and H +

0%

2. H 2 and OH - 0%

2.

H 2 and OH -

0%

 

3.

Zn

100%

  3. Zn 100%
 

4.

Iodine

0%

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What product(s) forms at the cathode in the electrolysis of an aqueous solution of Cu(HCO 3 ) 2 ?

 

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1.

O 2 and H +

0%

2. H 2 and OH - 0%

2.

H 2 and OH -

0%

 

3.

Cu

100%

  3. Cu 100%
 

4.

carbon

0%

Score:

0/1

11. Electrolysis g to amps 9

How many amps are required to produce 24.4 g of cobalt metal from a solution of aqueous cobalt(III)chloride in 8.66 hours?

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3.85

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12. Electrolysis C to g 22

How many grams of molybdenum may be formed by the passage of 98,106 C through an electrolytic cell that contains an aqueous Mo(III) salt.

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32.50

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