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2View SolutionA galvanic cell is composed of a standard half-cell with a reduction potential of -0.75V and a second standard half-cell with a reduction potential of -0.50V. Which is the half-cell that contains the cathode and why?3View Solutioni, ii, and ivWhich three statements are all true about how to set up the voltmeter? (You should refer to the experimental hints on Blackboard.)i) Connect the voltmeter to one electrode using the COM connection on the voltmeter.ii) Connect the voltmeter to one electrode using the Voltage connection on the voltmeter.iii) Connect the voltmeter to one electrode using the 20A connection on the voltmeter.iv) Set the voltage to read direct current.v) Set the voltage to read alternating current.vi) Connect the battery.vii) Be sure to include the 10ohm resistor.4View Solution0.33gHow much lead(II)nitrate should you use to make 20.ml of a 0.050M solution for this experiment? Read the lab manual (PDF Lab Guide) for the correct formula of the chemical you will be using. Also, write your answer in your notebookso you know how to make the solution in lab.
5View Solution1.2gHow much copper(II)sulfate should you use to make 100.ml of a 0.050Msolution for this experiment? Read the lab manual (PDF Lab Guide) for the correct formula of the chemical you will be using since the formula mass can depend on whether it is hydrated or anhydrous. Also, write your answer in your notebookso you know how to make the solution in lab.6View SolutionWhich is the correct notation for a galvanic cell made from one half-cell containing an aluminum electrode and aluminum nitrate at 1M and the other half-cell containing a lead electrode and lead nitrate at 1M.True7View SolutionIn a galvanic cell, electrons flow from the anode to the cathode. (Hint: Consider the half-reactions.)8View SolutionFalseIn galvanic cells, cations travel toward the anode. (Hint: Consider the half reactions.)