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EXP . NO .
12
\Experiment/ Subject\
Voltaic Cells
Name
Bill Kalu`
Dennis
Locker!
Desk NO
Course &\
Section No . /} 5 2
4/ 29 Oxidation @ the Ahurdle`
Silver
Anide : Oxidized
PartI : Unk C
Cathode : Reduced
PG . 153
The black ( ) lead is attracted to the amonglic
electrode , which is the source of e-
aLode Hoff- reaction:`
Pb ( - ) - Pb # + 20-
( Black lead )
E * = 0.13 V
Reduction @ the Cathode;
The red lead ( + ) is attracted to the Cathodic electrode.
Cathode Half - reaction .`
Phat + Ze- - Pb#`
( + )
Overall Cell Reaction
( Red Lead )
Free = - 0 . 13\
PL- 4 P6 #^_ Pb & _ Pb|
( + )
E` = - 0 . 26 )
Finding Reduction Potential for non-upper electrode
E ved =
Part I :
only ( dry ) in Q
Non Cu| Molarity ,\
electrode metal in`
Cell Reaction
RXn Quotient\ Value of\ E(V )\
Q
JE " ( V ) from
volumeter\
\Wemust Eq .
a. 390
0.5M And| Pb
9.5 M
\Cuz* + PG - ( Ups) + P6 2^
0. 5
0. 5
0 . 1 98
6.50%
0.1M Anode
Sun
0. 1M
(v } + Su - Curs)`
0. 55
1'0
D . 116
lock Awade
My
1.0M | (^ ^My` Cu(S ) + My`
1. 914 V
1. 845 %
1. 0M Anode | Z n
1: 0 M
CU # + AZA > ( V($1 + 2 n
-
1. 105
1. 112
WU # + AS = (UCSD) + Ag `
In
alm Cathode * Ag . "
0 . 380
1. 0 /9 Anode _ Fe
1: 0 M
\GR` Fe - WU(S ) + Fe `
-
0. 64 V
* Ag * te - -> Ag
AGE DG' + RT IN Q`
- - OZAV - 8.3/4 V x 298K`
`'xlul
Signature
Date
Witness / TA
96 , 485\
Date
THE HAYDEN - MCNEIL STUDENT LAB NOTEBOOK
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