Chapter 12-Key (even)

Chapter 12-Key (even) - 12.58 12.60 12.62 Volume of Ag =...

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Key Chapter 12 -even 12.2 12.4 12.6 (a) (b) (c) (d) 12.8 12.10 (a) overall (b) 12.12 12.14 (a) Reduction Oxidation (b) 12.16 (a) Reduction Oxidation
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(b) 12.18 12.20 Reduction potential @ pH 0 for O 3 /O 2 = 2.07V => ozone is a stronger bleach 12.22 (a) (b) (c) 12.24 (a) (b) 12.26 (a) (b) ClO - is the stronger reducing agent 12.28 12.30 12.32 12.34 (a) (b)
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12.36 Au 3+ = 0.166M and Hg 2+ = 1.00M 12.38 12.40 12.42 (a) (b) (c) 12.44 12.46 (a) (b) 12.50 12.52 12.54 The standard reduction potential for Ti 3+ /Ti is more negative than -0.409V 12.56 Cathode Anode
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Unformatted text preview: 12.58 12.60 12.62 Volume of Ag = 0.211cm 3 ; covers 16 cm 2 of surface to an avg. thickness of 0.013cm 12.64 (a) (b) (c) 12.66 12.68 (a) (b) (c) 12.70 12.72 12.74 12.76 12.78 (a) Therefore non-spontaneous (b) 12.80 (a) (b) (c) Oxygen is from air is not a sufficiently strong oxidizing agent to take Br-& Cl-(d) E is larger 12.82 (a) (b) 12.84 12.86 12.88 12.90 O 2 will appear at the anode 12.92 12.94 12.96 12.98 (a) (b) (c)...
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Chapter 12-Key (even) - 12.58 12.60 12.62 Volume of Ag =...

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