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Some questions on electrolytic solutions.
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- 3 Faraday of electricity is passed through silver nitrate, copper sulphate and auric chloride. The molar ratio of the respective metals producd at cathode will be
- 0.1 Faraday of electricity is sent through molten sodium chloride. The amount of chlorine liberated at anode wiil be
- The aqueous solution of which of the following is used in determining cell constant of conductivity cell?
- How many electrons are required to deposit one gram-equivalent of aluminium tripositive ion at cathode?
- The amount of copper deposited at cathode during electrolysis on passage of 2F charge is [Cu=63.5]
- Electrolysis of aqueous solution of NaOH produces
- The unit of electrochemcal equivalent is
- Which one is not a strong electrolyte?
- The process taking place at anode is
- Tick out the wrong statement
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