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ELECTROCHEMISTRY

1

For the Galvanic cell,

**Ag | AgCl(s) | KCl (0.2 M) || KBr (0.001 M) | AgBr(s) | Ag
**

Calculate the emf generated and assign correct polarity to each electrode for a spontaneous

process after taking into account the cell at 25°C

**Given Ksp(AgCl) = 2.8 × 10–10, Ksp (AgBr) = 3.3 × 10–13
**

1.

AgCl

Ag+ + Cl–

Ksp(AgCl)

[Ag+] [Cl–]

∴[Ag+]LHS =

K sp [ AgCl]

[Cl − ]

=

2.8 ×10 −10

= 1.4 × 10 −9 M

0 .2

AgBr

Ag++ Br–

Ksp(AgBr) =[Ag+] [Br–]

[Ag+]RHS =

K sp ( AgBr )

[Br − ]

=

3.3 × 10 −13

= 3.3 × 10 −10 M

0.001

Cell Reaction

E0

E 0Ag / Ag + = xV

Ag → Ag++ e–

LHS

+

E0Ag + / Ag = −E0Ag / Ag + = −xV

Ag + e– → Ag

RHS

–––––––––––––––––––––––

Ag+(RHS) → Ag+(LHS)

E0cell= 0.00 V

Cell

LHS

RHS

Net

[ Ag+ ]LHS

K=

[ Ag+ ]RHS

Ecell = E0cell –

0.0591

0.0591

1.4 × 10 −9

log K = 0 −

log

= – 0.0371 V

n

1

3.3 × 10 −10

**To make Ecell positive, LHS cell should be cathode (+ve half cell)
**

2.

**Assume that impure copper contains only iron, silver, and gold as impurities. After passage
**

of 140 A, for 482.5 s, the mass of the anode decreased by 22.260 g and the cathode

increased in mass by 22.011 g. Estimate the % iron and % copper originally present.

2.

**The increase in mass of the cathode is solely due to copper. Hence, there is, 22.011 g of
**

copper (equivalent to 0.3464 mol) and therefore a total of 0.249 g of iron, gold and silver.

Only the iron and copper are oxidized. The gold and silver fall to the bottom in the anode

mud. Since each of the active metals requires 2 mol electrons per mol metal,

140 C 1mol e - 1mol M2 +

= 0.3500 moles of M2+

there must be(482.5s)

s 96500 C 2 mol

The no. of moles of iron is therefore 0.0036, and the mass of iron is 0.20g. The metal is

98.88% copper and 0.90% iron.

**3. When a rod of metallic lead was added to a 0.01 M solution of [Co(en) 3]3+, it was found that 68%
**

of the cobalt complex was reduced to [Co(en)3] 2+ by lead.

i) Find the value of K for Pb + 2[Co(en)3]3+

Pb2+ + 2[Co(en)3] 2+

ii) What is the value of Eo [Co(en)3]3+|[Co(en)3] 2+

Given: Eo (Pb2+|Pb) = - 0.126 V

For KCl solution Specific conductance = 1 × cell constant resistance .771V Cd | Cd2+ (10.778] 4. a) Write down the half cell reaction involved in the following electrode. [Pb2+] = 0.76 > log0.173 > 0. Ecell > 0 ∴ E0cell > 0. CaCl2 (M) [Fe2 + ] b) What is the maximum value of ratio for which the following will act as [Fe+ ] electrochemical cell? E0 Cd / Cd2 + = 0. Fe3+ (Pt) [log 6 = 0. [Fe3 + ] [Fe3+ ] ∴ 5.0034 [Pb ][Co( en) ] K= 2 + −1 3 3 + −1 3 2+ [Co( en) ] On putting the various known values . we get K = 0.02 M solution of potassium chloride (specific conductance = 0.402) = 1.6 + 2log[ or..2768 S m-1 ) and measuring the resistance at 298K which was found to be 457. CaC2O 4(s) . E0 Fe2+ / Fe3 + = −0.) or.3 ohms. Pb | PbC2O 4(s) .059 [Cd2+ ][Fe2+ ]2 log 2 [Fe2+ ]2 Here E0cell = (0.6[Fe2+ ]2 log 2 [Fe3+ ]2 [Fe2+ ] 39. [Fe2+ ] should be less than 1× 1020 [Fe3 + ] A conductance cell was calibrated by filling it with a 0.3.0154 ii) ∆G10 = -nFE°cell = -2. The measured resistance was 1050 ohm. The cell was then filled with calcium chloride containing 0.6M) || Fe2+ . [Co(en)3]2+ = 0. 5.0032.173V ∴1. E°cell = -0.059 0.402V.18V 4.99 log < 20 (approx.059 [Cd2+ ][Fe2+ ]2 log 2 [Fe3 + ]2 to act as electrochemical cell. From here we get.303 RT log K. a) The half cell reaction is Pb(s) + CaC2O(s) ‡ˆ ˆˆ ˆ†ˆˆ PbC2O4(s) + Ca2+ + 2e− 3+ 2+ 2+ b) The cell reaction is Cd(s) + 2Fe → Cd + 2Fe Ecell = E0cell − 0.0536 V From which we can calculate E [Co(en)33+/[Co(en)32+] = −0. Calculate the molar conductance of CaCl2 solution.771 + 0. i) [Co(en)3]3+ = 0.555g CaCl2 per litre.0068 . [Fe3 + ] [Fe2+ ] [Fe2+ ] log < 19.

23V Adding equation (i) and (ii).555 mole dm-3 = 111 = 5 × 10 −3 mole dm-3 = 5 mole m−3 specific conductance Q Molar conductance= concentration 0. So. the reaction is thermodynamically favourable or spontaneous. 6. we get Fe (s) + 2H+ + 1 O2 (g) → 2 Fe+ (aq) + H2O (l).67V ∴ ∆G0 is negative.6 m−1 For CaCl2 solution Specific conductance = Conductance × Cell constant 0.7 KJ mol−1 0 0 And EZn+2 / Zn = −0.67V 0 Q ∆G0 = −nFECell ∴ E0Cell = positive = 1.3 ∴ cell constant = 0. 1 m−1 1050 κ = 0. of CaCl2 solution 0. The reactions are (i) Fe (s) → Fe+2 (aq) + 2e–. Given that enthalpy of the reaction is − 216.2768 × 457. 7. E0Cell = 1. 0 EFe = 0. The emf of the cell reaction.2768 ohm-1m−1 = …(1) …(2) Putting the value of cell constant from equation (1) in equation (2) ∴ specific conductance of CaCl2 solution. (ii) 2H+ + 1 O2 (g) + 2e− → 2 H2O (l).3 m-1 = 126.34V.0241 S m 2 mol-1 = 126.23 V Find whether the formation of Fe2+ (aq) is thermodynamically favorable or not.44V / Fe+2 (aq) E0 = +1. Iron is corroded by atmospheric oxygen under acidic condition to product Fe2+ (aq) ions initially. For the cell reaction +2 +2 Zn(s) + Cu(aq) → Zn(aq) + Cu(s) . 7. +2 +2 Zn(s) + Cu(aq) → Zn(aq) + Cu(s) Calculate the entropy change.76V and ECu+2 / Cu = + 0.1206 2 -1 ∧m = S m mol 5 = 0.44 V and for the reaction H2O ( l ) → 2H+ (g) + 1 O2 ( g) + 2e − 2 E0 = −1.6 m-1 × 6. . The standard reduction potential E0Fe2+/Fe = −0.1206 ohm-1m−1 Q conc.1 ohm −1 × cell constant 457.

8 × 10−4 volt / degree . Hg2Cl2(s) . 9. The net cell reaction 1 1 Pb + Agcl(s) → Ag + PbCl2 2 2 −1× 96500 × 0.1 M NaOH solution using a hydrogen electrode as the indicator electrode and saturated calomel electrode (SCE) as the reference electrode.14 cal/degree = 4. 8.1M) is being titrated potentiometrically against 0. 1 1 HPbCl2 − HPb − HAgCl 2 2 1 1 −12494 = 0 − × 86000 − × 0 − HAgCl 2 2 HAgCl = −43000 + 12494 = – 30506 cal/mole ∆H = HAs + 9.2422 + 0.H+ (pH = ?) || KCl satd.76 + 0.5 M) | AgCl (s) | Ag is 0. Pt Ecell = ESCE(redn) − EHydrogen(redn) = 0. = T 298 At 25°C.5 M) || HCl (0. What would be the EMF of the cell initially and after the addition of 20 mL of alkali at 25°C? Given Reduction potential of SCE = 0.1 = − 212.0591 pH at 25°C .76 J K−1 mol−1. if the heat of formation of lead chloride is – 86000 cal.HCl (0. ∆H0 − ∆G0 −216.34 = 1. solution. the emf of the cell Pb | PbCl2.2422 − 0.7 − ( −212.95]. H2 (1atm).3) = − 14.8 × 10 −4 ) = – 4.2422V.0 Q E0cell = E0Zn(s) / Zn+2 + ECu +2 (aq) ( aq) / Cu(s) = 0.500 × 1.2 = – 11260 cal ∆S = − d( ∆G) dE = nF dT dT 96500 ( −1. [log 9 = 0. 25 mL of a solution of HCl (0.49 ∆G = −nFE = 4.49 volts and its temperature coefficient dE = −1.0591 log [ [H+ ] = 0.2 ∆H of the reaction ∆H = ∆G + T∆S = – 11200 + 298 × (–4. The galvanic cell formed in this case is as follows: Pt.3 KJ Q ∆S0 = 8.1V ∴ ∆G0 = − nF E0cell = − 2 × 96.14) = – 12494 cal This heat of reaction is the algebraic sum of the heats of formation of the components. Hg(l) . Calculate dT a) the entropy change when 1 gm mol of silver is deposited and b) the heat of formation of AgCl.

Write down half cell reaction and calculate standard reduction potential for the half cell: Pt | 50 mL 0. 10.26 × 10 −4 ∧m = = 1.0×10–4.95 45 45 = 0.0×10–4S m2mol–1.92 × 76.133.34 × 10−4 Sm2mol−1 respectively and the specific conductance of a saturated solution of AgCl after substracting the specific conductance of water is 2.0×10–4 and 426.Initial pH of the 0.5 M ∴ pH = − log = 1. 421. HNO3 .80V 11.5 millimole [HCl = ∴ Ecell 0.2422 + 0. HNO3 and HCl are respectively.5 0.26 × 10−4 Sm2mol−1 K C K 2.1) = 1 ∴ Ecell = 0. The molar conductance at infinite dilution of AgNO3.82 × 10 −4 = 1. HCl − ∧ m. 0 ∧m (AgCl) = ∧0 Ag+ + ∧ 0 − = (61.5 millimole Amount of NaOH added = 20 × 0.0591× 1.95 = 0.82 × 10–4 S m–1.74 × 10–10 M2 The given half cell is: Pt | 0.65 × 10−5 )2 = 2.28 × 10−4 K ∴C = ≈ 0 = = 1. From Kohlrausch’s law 0 0 0 0 ∧m = ∧ m.32 × 10–2 mol m–3 = 1.5 M KCl solution.32 × 10–5)2 = 1.0591 = 0.5 M KCl saturated with AgCl and also in contact with AgCl(s) The half-cell reaction reduction: .1 M solution of AgNO 3 is added to precipitate out some AgCl.34)10 −4 Sm2 mol−1 Cl = 138. E 0Ag+ .3574V 10. AgNO3 + ∧ m.72 × 10 −10 mol2dm6 11.28 × 10 −4 Sm −1 . the ∧m0 values for Ag+ and Cl− ions are 61.32 × 10–5 mol dm–3 −4 138 × 10 C is the concentration of saturated solution of AgCl and hence its solubility Ksp = [Ag+] [Cl–] = C2 = (1. At 25°C .1 HCl: pH = − log[H+ ] = − log(0.2422 + 0. Calculate K sp of AgCl at 25°C . in which few drops of 0. At 25°C the specific conductance of a saturated solution of AgCl after substracting the specific conductance of water is 1.5 − 2 = 0.65 × 10 −2 mol m −3 ∧m ∧m 138.65 × 10 −5 mol dm −3 ∴ K sp = (1.3013V pH after addition of 20 mL alkali: Amount of HCl initially present = 25 × 0. AgCl = (133 + 426 – 421)10–4 = 138 × 10–4 S m2 mol–1 ∧ m0 ≈ ∧ m = κ C ∴C = κ(Sm −1 ) 0 ∧m (Sm 2mol −1 ) = 1.1 = 2 millimole Amount of HCl left unreached = 2.1 = 2. Ag = 0.92 × 10 −4 and 76.

26 × 107 13.0 sq. = 1 2 × 25 4 ÷ specific = 0.02 ohm–1 cm–1 conduc tance ×1000 6.1 M) | Ag Ecell = 0.7966 0. Ag. Ecell = E0cell − 0 E0cell = ERP Fe3 + / Fe RP(I3 / I ) 0.059 log Ksp = .0 cm apart and of area of cross-section 4.23 logK c = = 7. 12. Cl −E Ag − + E 0AgCl. Cl− = 0.059 logK c 2 2 × 0.26 × 107 ).54 V respectively for Fe3 + / Fe2+ and I3− / I− couples. Cl− 0.80 E 0AgCl.5 N solution of a salt placed between two platinum electrode 2. The standard reduction potentials in acid conditions are 0. Ag.54 = 0. Solution: 0.23 = ∴ K c = 6. Calculate the equivalent conductance of solution. 0.AgCl(s) + e Ag(s) + Cl– Calculation of E0 AgCl(s) + e Ag(s) + Cl– (reduction) Ag(s) Ag+ + e (oxidation) –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– AgCl(s) Ag+ + Cl– (cell reaction which is solubility equilibrium controlled by Ksp) 0 0 E 0cell = Ereduction (RHE where reduction occur) – Ereduction (LHE where oxidation occurs) 0 0 = E AgCl. Specific conductance (κ) = Conductance × Cell constant = 1 l × R a ÷ ∧c = 14.224 V 12.7966 = 6.23V 2+ As.5 = 40 ohm–1 cm2 eq–1 Find the solubility product of a saturated solution of Ag2CrO4 in water at 298K if the emf of the cell: Ag | Ag+ (sat Ag2CrO4 solution) || Ag+ (0.059 log 1 [Ag+ ]RHS .164V Ecell = E0cell – [Ag+ ]LHS 0. Ag − 0. Calculate the equilibrium constant for the reaction 2Fe3+ + 3I− ‡ˆ ˆˆ ˆ†ˆˆ 2Fe2+ + I3− .02 × 1000 = C (equiv L−1 ) 0.059 0. cm has a resistance of 25 ohms.1 M) | Ag is 0. (antilog 7.77 and 0. Ag.164 at 298K For cell Ag | Ag+ (saturated solution of Ag2CrO4) || Ag+ (0.77 − 0.059 logK c ⇒ E0cell = logK c 2 2 − E0 − − = 0. For the chemical change 2Fe3+ + 3I− ‡ˆ ˆˆ ˆ†ˆˆ 2Fe2+ + I3− At equilibrium Ecell = 0 0.59 Thus. 14.

Pt 1 At L. W × 1000 = 1. of I2 liberated = m equiv.115 Determine the value of n 15.0592 log[H+ ]2 1 .66 × 10 −4 2 ∴ Ksp = 2.0242A 15. The half cell reaction is A(x+n)+ + ne– → Ax+ Its Nernst equation E = E° – 0.2 0. 16.(ii) n 51. 25°) and are interconnected through a salt-bridge.059 log 1 0. EH / H = EH0 / H − + 0 = EH / H + 0.66 × 10–4]2 1.164 = E0Ag / Ag+ + E0Ag+ / 4 − [Ag+ ]LHS 0. of electrons lost per molecule = 1 ∴ Molarity of Na2S2O3 solution = Normality meq. of Na2S2O3 = 21.98 ≈ 2 16.⇒ 0.0831 M solution of sodium thiosulphate following the reaction: I2 + 2S2O32– → 2I– + S4O62–.1 ∴ [Ag+]LHS = 1. Two weak acid solutions HA and HA each with same concentration and having pKa values 3 and 5 are placed in contact with hydrogenelectrode (1 atm.f.059 [reduced form] log n [oxidised form] Substituting the given values.m. A constant current was flown for 2 hour through a solution of KI.H. H2(1 atm) | HA2 || HA1 | H2 (1 atm). of cell.287 × 10–12 mol3 liltre–3 15.4 0.807 Thus. we get 24. At the end of experiment liberated iodine consumed 21. The half cell potential of a half cell Ax+.S.75 × 0.8 log – ----------.75 mL of 0.807 E i ×t i × 2 × 60 × 60 W = = 1.059 48.8 Cell potential /V 0. A(x+n)+/Pt were found to be as follows Percent of reduced form 24.87 × 10–3 = 96500 96500 E ∴ i = 0.059 log --------.0592 (pH)2 + + 2 0.4 48.115 = E° Substracting equation (i) from (ii) and solving for n n≈ 1. The cell is represented as Pt.6 n 0. Find e.101 = E° – 0.66 × 10–4M Ksp for Ag2CrO4 2Ag+ + CrO42– Ksp = [Ag+]2 [CrO42–] = [1. What was the average rate of current flow in ampere? 15: 2S2O32– → S4O62– + 2e n-factor of sodium thiosulphate = no.(i) 75.101 0.0831 = 1.

78 + 0.0592 log [H+ ]2 1 0. Pt || MnO4– (H+) | Mn+2.8M H+ and which has been treated with 90% of the Fe 2+ necessary to reduce all the MnO4– to Mn2+.78 – 0. The standard reduction potential for the half-cell NO3− (aq) + 2H+(aq) + e– → NO2(g) + H2O is 0.0592 [5 − 3] 2 (for /H II) = 0.51 V Let us consider Galvanic cell is H+ (1M) | H2(1atm).88969 volt In neutral solution [H+] = 10–7 M 1 0.0592 17.H.0592 × 1 pK a2 − pK a1 2 Ecell = 0.0592 log 64 = 0. The half cell is NO3− (aq) = 2H+ (aq) + e– → NO2(g) + H2=O 0 Given ENO − 3 ∴ ENO − 3 = 0.S.8288 = – 0. Pt Anode half cell : 2H+ (1M) → H2 (1atm) + 2e– Cathode half cell: MnO4– + 8H+ + 5e– → Mn+2 + 4H2O .0592 log1014 1 0. 18.0592 1 log + 1 [H ]1 = EH0 + / H − = EH / H − 0. EH H /H 0.0592 1 0.0592 ∴ Eel = E0el – log [H+ ]2 1 0 = Eel − 0.0592 1 log 2 – 1 (8) / NO2 = 0. 17.0592 log26 = 0. Calculate the potential of an indicator electrode versus the standard hydrogen electrode which originally 0.0592 1 log 1 (10−7 )2 = 0.78 – 0.0592 log(64)−1 1 = 0.78 – = 0.e.0592 × log1014 = 1 0.78 – 0 = ENO − / NO 3 2 - 1 log [H+ ]2 0. c] 0 0 ∴ Ecell = EH / H (for II) + EH + = + 0.78 + 0.0488 volt 18.1M MnO4– and 0.78 / NO2 – 1 0.At R. MnO4– + 8H+ + 5e– → Mn2+ + 4H2O E° = 1.0592(pH)1 For acid HA HA 0 + 1 H+ + A1− 1 [H+] = K a × c ∴ (pH)1 = Similarly (pH)2 = 1 1 pKa1 − 2 2 log C 1 1 pKa2 − logc 2 2 [Since concentration of both acids HA1 and HA2 are same i.78 volt i) Calculate the reduction potential in 8 M H + ii) What will be the reduction potential of the half cell in a neutral solution? Assume all other species to be at unit concentration.

03 V and temperature coefficient of e.36 × 109) = 1.03] = -13842 J/mol = –13.m.8 − 100 × 8 ÷ 100 +2 reaction with Fe (0. A test for complete removal of Cu 2+ ions from a solution of Cu 2+(aq) is to add NH3(aq).1 0.842 KJ/mol 20.51 – 0 0. Then sufficient quantity of NH 3(aq) is added to the electrolyzed solution maintaining [NH3] = 0.0591 log (5.5546 gms 96500 2 × 96500 [Cu2+] = . Calculate the heat of reaction for the change taking place inside the cell.8 0 0.4×10-4 V per degree dT P dE − E dT P As ∆H = nF T = 2×96500 [298×(-1. would a blue colour be shown by the electrolyzed solution on addition of NH3? Cu2+ + 4NH3 [Cu(NH3)4]2+ Kf = [Cu(NH3 )4 ]2+ [Cu2 + ][NH3 ]4 Blue colour will be noticed upto [Cu(NH3)4]2+= 1 × 10–5 Thus at this stage 1.4×10-4 V) per degree. 20. potential of an indicator electrode versus the SHE is 1.1. 63.1× 90 Alter Complete 0. 19. electrode potential of indicator electrode [Mn2 + ] EMnO− / Mn+2 = Eo − +2 − 0.1 × 1013 and thus confirms the presence of Cu2+ in solution.1149 = 1.03 V T = 273+25 = 298 K n=2 dE = .09) log 5 (0.08) So.1)4 E.395 V because ESHE = 0 19.51 – 0.5 × 1350 Cu deposited (w) = = = 1.0591 (0.5 × 3.1×1013 × (0. If [Cu(NH3)4]2+ is detectable upto its concentration as low as 1 × 10–5.0591 log MnO / Mn 4 4 5 [MnO-4 ] [H+ ]8 = 1.f of cell Zns|ZnSO4|| CuSO4|Cus at 25°C is 0. F= 96500 C E = 0.08)8 0.1 0.67 × 10 −9 0.09) 0.0591 9 log 5 1.f is (–1.01) (0.5 ampere for 1350 seconds.Initial Conc.i. The e.01) (0. A blue colour signifies the formation of complex [Cu(NH3)4]2+ having Kf = 1. 250 ml of 0.51 – 5 = 1.1M CuSO4(aq) is electrolyzed by passing a current of 3.1× 90 100 (0.m.51 – = 1.1 ÷ 0.0 ×10 −5 = 9.1 M.t.1 × 10–15M 1.395 V Thus.: 0.4×10-4)-0.

059 log [ Ag+ ] 1 0.5 = 1. HA is a weak acid.77 .8 ∴ Ka = 2.1 = 0.5 × 10–4 When 40 ml and NaOH is added.5875 – 1. 0 [ E Ag / Ag = 0. The EMF of the cell Pt |H2 (1 atm).8 M) | Ag is 0.059 1 log 0.5 × 250 Thus solution will show blue colour. [H + ] 0.9V.8.994 V 1× 0.799 – 1 [ Ag+ ] E = E° – [Ag+] = 9.05 × 40 ) pH = pKa + log ( 0.503 = 0. log 2=0. as it will provide appreciable Cu2+ to form complex. 21. + 21.301] + 22.05 g was dissolved in a small quantity of nitric acid to produce aqueous solution of Pb2+ and Ag+ (which is present as impurity).5 + 0.30120 = 3.5875 gms 1000 Weight of Cu2+ left in solution = 1. 23.62 × 10–6 × 1000 = 2.059 1.5546 = 0.4336 cm-1 .0296% 22.05 × 40 ) pH = 4 – log 2. 30 ml) || Ag+ (0.1 M.1× 63. the [H+] is given by ( 0.05 M NaOH (40 ml) is added to the cathode compartment. conductance = cell constant × conductance Cell constant = sp.503 V at 25°C.0224×64 = 1.1 Weight of Cu2+ = 250 × 0.62 × 10–6 M 300 Moles of Ag+ = 9.89 × 10–6 Mass of Ag = 2. log 6.0224 ohm−1cm−1 .059 log 1/ 2 Since E = E0C – E0A – 1 PH2 [ Ag + ] [ ] 0. Calculate the EMF when 0.07 × 10–3 63.9 [H+] = 1.799 V. a pure silver electrode was immersed in the solution and the potential difference between this electrode and a standard hydrogen electrode o was found to be 0. What is the cell constant? We known that sp. 1 0.11 × 10–4 g ∴ Percentage of Ag = 0. Neglect amount of Ag+ converted to Ag.0329 gms [Cu2+] left = 0.25 × 10–4 0. What was the % of Ag in the lead metal? Given E( Ag / Ag ) =0.8 23.0329 × 1000 = 2. HA (0. The resistance of a cell containing the solution was found to be 64. Specific conductance of a decinormal solution of KCl is 0.1× 30 − 0.77 – 0 – 0.Millimoles of Cu2+ present (initial) = 250 × 0. A sample of lead weighing 1.25 × 10 −4 log E = 0.9 = 0. conduc tan ce conduc tan ce = sp conductance × resistance = 0. The volume of the solution was increased to 300 ml by adding water.89 × 10–6 × 108 = 3.3=0.77V .059 Ka × c log 1 1× 0.

46 volt applying next equation ° ECell = Ecell Cu+2 0. The cell can be represented as Cu/Cu+2||Ag+|Ag The cell reaction is Cu+2Ag+ → Cu2+ + 2Ag E°cell = oxi potential of anode + red potential of cathode = -0.0591 log10 (ion) n o Putting the values of Ered = 0. 25. For what concentration of Ag+ will the emf of the cell at 250 C be zero.154×10-9 M . 24.4640 × 10 −17 15 4.1 M Ered =0.24. Construct a galvanic cell using these electrodes so that its standard emf is positive. n = 2 and [Cu2+] = 0.0591 Ag+ Cu2 + = 4. Calculate the electrode potential of a copper electrode dipped in a 0.1) 2 = 0.02955 = 0.02 M? ° ° Given ECu+2 / Cu = 0.31045 volt 25.80 volt respectively.0591 = log 2 2 + Ag Cu+2 = 2 × 0.0591 log(0.34 and 0. 34+0.6345 log 2 0.34V.462 = 15.0591 − log 2 2 Ag+ When Ecell = 0 Cu+2 0.80 = 0.34 + 0.34 volt and E Ag+ / Ag = 0.3102 × 1015 2 Ag+ 2 0.80 volt the standard emf will be positive if Cu/Cu2+ is anode and Ag+/Ag is cathode.3102 × 10 E°cell [Ag+] = 2.34 volts at 298 K. The standard reduction potential of Cu+2 | Cu and Ag+ | Ag electrodes are 0.1 M solution of copper sulphate at 250 C the standard electrode potential of Cu+2 | Cu system is 0.02 Ag+ = = 0. o We known that Ered = Ered + 0. If concentration of Cu+2 is 0.38 + 0.02955×(-1) = 0.34 – 0.

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