Chapter18 - 18.24 The following picture of a galvanic cell...

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18.24The following picture of a galvanic cell has lead and zinc electrodes:Label the electrodes, and identify the ions present in the solutions.Label the anode and cathode.Indicate the direction of electron flow in the wire and ion flow in the solutions.Tell what electrolyte could be used in the salt bridge, and indicate the direction of ion flow.Write balanced equations for the electrode and overall cell reactions.(a)(b)(c)(d)(e)
18.25Consider the following galvanic cell:(a) Identify the anode and cathode.(b) Write a balanced equation for the cell reaction.(c) Write the shorthand notation for the cell.
18.26Consider the following galvanic cells:(1) Cu(s) | Cu2+(1 M) || Fe3+(1 M), Fe2+(1 M) | Pt(s)(2) Cu(s) | Cu2+(1 M) || Fe3+(1 M), Fe2+(5 M) | Pt(s)(3) Cu(s) | Cu2+(0.1 M) || Fe3+(0.1 M), Fe2+(0.1 M) | Pt(s)Write a balanced equation for each cell reaction.Sketch each cell. Label the anode and cathode, and indicate the direction of electron and ion flow.Which of the three cells has the largest cell potential? Which has the smallest cell potential? Explain.(a)(b)(c)

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