Experiment 23 - Experiment 23: Electrochemistry/Voltaic...

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Experiment 23: Electrochemistry/Voltaic Cells Jonathan Brate May 20, 2008 Wednesday TA: Yosief
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Introduction: In Experiment 23, one was to create cells where spontaneous oxidation-reduction reactions are used to make electricity. These cells are called ‘Voltaic Cells,’ and were also meant to be created and their voltage measured using the MeasureNet System. These voltages were able to be found using MeasureNet by the use of a voltmeter which contains a cathode and an anode volt hook-up. For this experiment, many different metals were used for the voltmeter to measure the electricity created by the voltaic cells. Lab skills used during the performance of this lab include making voltaic cells, using the MeasureNet System to find the voltage of those voltaic cells, and pouring correct volumes of solutions. Chemistry 103 Lecture Class covered the material and content of this lab this quarter which is Electrochemistry, but more specifically, voltaic cells. Procedure:
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