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Experiment 13- Oxidation-Reduction Electrochemistry In part one of the experiment, we took a piece of filter paper and folded it twice. Four different types of metal were placed in the four different corners of the filter paper and hooked a salt bridge and measured the currents of each of the metals. For Ag, the volts referenced to the hydrogen electrode was .80, in reference to silver it was 0. In reference to the copper electrode, it was .469. For the Copper, the volts in reference to the hydrogen electrode is 0.34. In reference to the silver electrode is .459. In reference to the copper electrode, it was 0. For hydrogen, in reference to the hydrogen electrode, it was 0. In reference to silver and copper, it was not measured. For Iron, the volts in reference to the hydrogen were -.41, .192 for the silver, and .270 for the copper. For the Zinc, it was -.76 referenced to hydrogen, 1.282 referenced for the silver electrode, and . 818 referenced for the copper electrode.
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