Cell reaction is spontaneous when
Gibbs free energy change for a cell reaction is positive what does it indicates?
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In the equation, ΔG° = – nF E° cell ; F is:
Consider the cell reaction:
Cd(s)  Cd^{2+} (1.0 M)  Cu^{2+} (1.0 m)  Cu (s)
If we wish to make a cell with more positive voltage using the same substances, we should:
Conductivity (K) of 0.01 M NaCI solution is 0.00145 Scm^{1}. What happens to the conductivity if extra 100 mL of H_{2}O be added to the above solution?
Specific conductance of 0.01 N KCI solution is x Scm^{1} having conductance y S. Thus, specific conductance of 0.01 N NaCI having conductance zS is (in S cm^{1})
500 mL of an aqueous solution contains 0.1 mole of KCl. If its specific conductance is x Scm^{1}, its molar conductance will be (in Scm^{2} mol^{1})
Which quantity is temperature independent?
Given, (Scm^{2} mol^{1})for different electrolytes
Thus, of CH_{3}COOH is
At 298 K, given specific conductance of saturated
AgCl solution=3.41 x 10^{6 }Ω^{1 }cm^{1 }and that of water used =1.60 x 10^{6 }Ω^{1 }cm^{1}.
Equivalent conductance of saturated AgCl solution= 138.3 Ω^{1 }cm^{2 }equiv^{1 }
Thus, solubility product (K_{Sp}) of AgCl is
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