CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Electro Chemistry Questions

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1. What is a galvanic cell?
2. Give the cell representation for Daniell Cell.
3. Mention the purpose of salt-bridge placed between two half-cells of a galvanic cell?
4. Give the condition for Daniell Cell in which there is no flow of electrons or current.
5. How is electrode potential different from cell potential?
6. Can you store zinc sulphate solution in a copper container? Give suitable reason.
(EθZn2+/Zn = – 01.76V, EθCu2+/Cu = 0.34v)
7. How does electrochemical series help us in predicting whether a redox reaction is feasible or not?
8. Write Nernst equation for the electrode reaction. Mn+(aq) + ne → M(s) at 298 K and 1 bar pressure.
10. List the two factors that influence the value of cell potential of a galvanic cell.
11. How is equilibrium constant of a reaction related to standard cell potential?
12. Write the relation between Eθcell and equilibrium constant (K) of cell reaction.
13. Define cell constant. Write the SI unit of cell constant.
14 How does specific conductance or conductivity of electrolytic solution vary with temperature?
15. What is the SI unit of (i) Conductance; (ii) Conductivity.

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