C611ProblemSet32010_000

C611ProblemSet32010_000 - 422.6 0.60 422.9 0.70 419.9 0.80...

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CHEMISTRY C611: ELECTROANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY Fall, 2010 Problem Set 3 1. Tabulated below are data showing the variation of surface tension versus potential for the interface between mercury and 1.0 M cesium chloride solution. Potential Difference, Surface Tension, V vs. normal calomel electrode mN m –1 (dynes cm –1 ___________________________ _________________ ) 0 345.0 –0.10 376.4 –0.20 397.1 –0.30 410.2 –0.40 418.8 –0.50
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Unformatted text preview: 422.6 0.60 422.9 0.70 419.9 0.80 414.0 0.90 405.6 1.00 395.1 1.10 382.9 1.20 369.2 1.30 356.6 (a) Prepare a high-quality plot of these data, and determine values of M (or q M C cm ) in 2 at 0.20, 0.50, 0.70, and 1.10 V. (b) Using just the results from (a), determine the apparent differential double-layer capacity, C d , in F cm 2 on either side of the electrocapillary maximum....
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course C 611 taught by Professor Dennisg.peters during the Fall '10 term at Indiana.

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