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The branch of chemistry that deals with the study of redox reactions and how they can be applied to generate electricity (in electrochemical cells) and to carry out non-spontaneous reactions using electricity (electrolysis).

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Why more attractive metals will be oxidized? Aren't they being reduced, because they attract and receive electrons from negative polyatomic ions? So they will be anodes, where oxidization occurs. Why …
asked Apr 24 '14 by most venerable sir
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I mean by "combining" is to make a new half-reaction equation and not an overall equation for a reaction in whole. For instance, I was trying to arrive at the following half-reaction: $\ce{MnO2(s) + …
asked Apr 19 '15 by most venerable sir
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The equation: $$E^{。}_{cell}= \frac{RT}{nF}\ln K_{eq}$$ We all know cell potential is intensive, not affected by the amount, Because: $volt=\frac{joule}{coulomb}$. Both joule and coulomb will be do …
asked Apr 18 '15 by most venerable sir
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I drew a rough picture of the two cells, and marked each position with a distinct letter: The whole reason I am asking this question is that I am bit confused and unsure about some of the chemistry a …
asked Apr 10 '15 by most venerable sir
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What determines the uniformity? Just a fun fact I am wondering about, because I saw cyanide solutions used in electroplating.
asked Apr 9 '15 by most venerable sir
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A picture for reference: Difficulty 1: I don't get why a salt bridge is needed. People say it's to maintain the overall neutrality. But in both cases where salt bridge is a tube of solution and a me …
asked Apr 19 '15 by most venerable sir
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Why is the dissociation of strong electrolytes complete in very dilute solutions of ionic substances but less likely to be so in more concentrated solutions? Before seeing this, I thought a strong ac …
asked Sep 28 '14 by most venerable sir