Lesson: Charge Transfer in Electrolysis Basic Chemistry • Sixth Edition • Chemistry 13e • AP Edition • Modern ChemistryChemistry
In this lesson, we will learn how to calculate the total amount of charge transferred during electrochemical processes such as electroplating.
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What is the charge of a mole of electrons? The charge of a single electron is C .
The reduction of aluminum ions is described by the ionic half-equation: What charge must be delivered to reduce 200 kg of aluminum ions to aluminum metal? The charge of a single electron is C.
The reduction of lithium ions can be represented by the ionic half-equation:
How many electrons are required per lithium ion to produce lithium metal?
How many moles of electrons are required to reduce 1.00 g of lithium ions?
How much charge must be delivered to reduce 1.00 g of lithium ions? The charge of a single electron is C.