CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Worksheet - Electrochemistry

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Assignment (Electrochemistry)

1. Mention the differences between electrolytic cell and electrochemical cell.

2. what will happen when a) Eext = 1.10 V, b) Eext < 1.10 V and c) Eext>1.10 V is applied on the cell Zn / Zn2+ || Cu2+/ Cu ?

3.What is SHE ? How will you determine the potential of a) Zn electrode b) Cu electrode using SHE ?

4. E0 Zn2+ / Zn = - 0.76 V and . E0 Cu2+ / Cu = + 0.34 V. What does positive and negative sign convey ?

5. Account for the following:

a) Zn displaces hydrogen from dilute HCl while Cu can not.

b) Li is the strongest reducing agent while Fluorine is strongest oxidising agent. 

c) copper sulphate solution can not be stored in zinc vessel. 

E0 Cu2+ / Cu = + 0.34 V E0 Zn2+ / Zn = - 0.76 VE0 Li+ / Li = - 3.05 V E0 F2 /2 F- = + 2.87 V)

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