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Unformatted text preview: For each term on the left, select the term din-their ght that-best matches. Each item is only used once 2 @) 1. oxidation - A. changes when specific conditions are met 2. @- voltaic cell ' 3. E solubility product -' 4.. i. - amphoteric S. S enthalpy . . . 6 % Henderson— Hasselbach ‘ _F. depends only on the initial and final states 7. Faraday G. converts chemical energy to electrical energy 8 T common ion effect H oxidation component of electrochemical cell 9. l indicator 1. disorder and randomness 10.1 buffer . J. hindered. mOVernent cf equilibrium to right because of presence of product 1011. 11 H anode K-. reducfiorrtakes place here - 12. E potential in can act as an acid or base 13. fiGibb’s Free Energy M. driving energy per coulomb for a process 14 i formation constant N. goes to the right ‘ 15. _F_ State Function 0. electrons are reactants 16. _(;)_ reduction P. mixture of a weak base and. its conjugate acid 17. 1' entropy ‘ ' ' 7 ‘ Q “11111013 ‘f‘éleétrons __ . (9-1“: 91': .J" 18. _C S.H.E. AH 4‘8 19. L cathode S heat change under constant T and P 20. ‘11 spontaneous ! : T.l as of electrons Bonus. (All or Nothing, lOPtS) The standard reduction potential for AgSC‘J‘NQs? is 4560395 'V.’ ’ L """ AgSCN(s) + e —> Ag(s) +SCN(aq) : " ' Using this value and the electrode reductlon potential ”forA) f(aq)(+0 8000 V) write the dissociation reaction for AgSCN(S) and calcuiate the value of K5,, for AgSCN mni‘ CHL‘H I) PC] ii‘tiT-gp 5H :12,“ ,.,:_~.;. ; 51:; "7\,:_‘§E_77:\H‘-1} 3% -i‘1l\,"\ ‘1. . {E1211 {:1211‘111111. iii. -.-_1 u; giuuimr' Fin: 1.11111: . ...
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