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Unformatted text preview: should you do? You should get rid of the bubble. I’m not sure exactly how you would get rid of the bubble, but it may be acceptable to take the tube out of the beaker and ±ll it up all the so that there is no air in in the tube and then put the tube back in the beaker. . 5. In an experiment that takes 36 minutes and 37 seconds to complete at a current of 0.2 amperes, a volume of 32.3 mL of hydrogen gas is produced. Calculate z for the electrolysis of water. z = It 96,485 ( n ) n = volumecollected ( mL ) 26,300 ( mL mol ) Q = It n = 32.3 mL 26,300 mL mol n = 0.0012281369 mol Q = 0.2 A ∗ 2197 s Q = 439.4 C z = 439.4 C 96,485 ( 0.0012281369 mol ) z = 3.708117363 C mol z = 3.71 C mol...
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- Spring '08
- Chemistry, mol, Lab section, final volume