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Electrochemistry

-Introduction

Step 1:

-Investigating redox reactions

-Practice with redox reactions

-Reduction tendencies of metal ions

Step 2:

-Electron transfer

-Electrochemical cell

-Practice with cells

-Powering a stopwatch

Step 3:

-Measuring potentials

-Calculating potentials

-Practice with potentials

-Applying potentials

Step 4:

-Non-standard conditions

-Practice with non-standard cells

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Electrochemistry Tutorial: Galvanic Cells and the Nernst Equation >> Step 1: Reduction tendencies of metal ions

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Electrochemistry: Galvanic Cells and the Nernst Equation

Step 1: - Reduction tendencies of metal ions

In the last question, you sorted the metal ions from least to most reactive. Let’s see what our experimental data table looks like if we rearrange it to follow this tendency to undergo reduction:

Use the data in this table to answer the following questions about the "reduction tendencies series" of the metal ions we are investigating.

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