electrochemistry

  1. How does zinc become oxidized when it's not in direct contact with copper ions in a galvanic cell?

  2. material as a cathode or anode how to determine?

  3. Detail of an specific electrolytic cell reaction on the cathode?

  4. Electroplating copper yields rough surface?

  5. What causes electrons to move from zinc to copper?

  6. Mechanism of hydrogen evolution on metal-oxide electrodes

  7. Oxidation of Fe to Fe3+ (corrosion)

  8. application and importance of EIS and Nyquist plots in MIC
  9. oxidation of tin in acidic environment

  10. Electrolysis of NaCl
  11. the concentration of H+ that is required for oxidation of tin

  12. What are the factors that affect the redox reactions?
  13. Recharge battery using heat
  14. How does one electromagnetically vibrate an oxygen molecule?
  15. Calculate the concentration of zinc in the solution from the cell potential

  16. Can an arc welder transformer be used to create an arc to react air?
  17. Electrolytic silver deposition
  18. Other than fuel cells, are there processes using membranes as electrodes?

  19. Why does copper form bubbles in vinegar in this situation?
  20. What happens if I connect with a conductor 2 solid pieces of 2 different elements with different electronegativity?

  21. Cation falling off electrode after electrolysis
  22. Will nitrate be able to oxidise mercury?

  23. Reduction potential of a complex

  24. Is there a potentiometric method for monitoring salt formation in organic solvent?
  25. How do potentiometric cells do not proceed through a spontaneous reaction like in a galvanic cell?

  26. If two atoms "fight over" one electron, who will win?
  27. Why does NaCl act as a catalyst for the reaction of CuSO4 + H2O + Al?

  28. lemon battery , electrochemistry

  29. Removing Tungsten Trioxide from Tungsten Electrode

  30. Energy level of the product in a cell reaction
  31. Calculate the maximum amount of electrical work produced by the cell
  32. Difficulties understanding how salt bridge works
  33. Why is standard reduction potential an intensive property?
  34. Is there a way to "electroplate" wood with copper?

  35. water in redox reactions
  36. What visual observations can confirm that a reactant is the limiting reagent?

  37. How estimate E0-0 of an organic dye?

  38. confusing statements about galvanic cell voltage

  39. Why is lithium plating irreversible in Li-ion cells?

  40. Salt bridge in galvanic cell
  41. Dependence of conductivity on concentration

  42. Diffusion Limiting Current and the Reaction Limiting Current
  43. Rationalising the trend of standard electrode potentials between the +II and +III oxidation state of first-row transition metals

  44. Why does aqueous NaCl conduct electricity?
  45. Computing i0 in the Butler-Volmer equation: How to interpret Wikipedia and Wolfram Alpha
  46. How can a conductivity meter be used to determine the equivalence point?

  47. how to separate aluminum from aluminum alloy

  48. Will a film of oil on water retard evaporation (of water) and prevent air and atmospheric impurities from diffusing into it?

  49. Electronegativity of zinc vs copper in galvanic cell

  50. Does Reduction Potential affect rate of electrolysis

  51. Is it possible to make a zinc/copper/saltwater battery without a salt bridge?

  52. Why is zinc deposited on copper when boiling an aqueous zinc sulfate solution?
  53. Why is the relationship between cell potential and pH inverse when the reduction half cell is varied and direct when the oxidation state is varied
  54. How to calculate Debye length of a 2-1 electrolyte
  55. Why don't all electrodes produce the same results in the electrolysis of potassium iodide?
  56. Why does temperature affect cell potential?

  57. Does the hydrogen electrode’s standard potential of zero mean that the associated reaction has zero Gibbs free energy change?
  58. Why is a comma used to separate hydrogen gas and platinum when using cell notation?
  59. Does chemistry change under high voltage?

  60. How connecting galvanic batteries in series actually works. "In Series" detection experiment
  61. Relation of conductivity with electrode distance

  62. studying carbon adsorption with saturated calomel electrode

  63. Which is anode and which is cathode?

  64. How would using Different Salts in a Salt Bridge Effect the Voltage Generated by Voltaic Cell?

  65. Would an amalgam filling under or next to a gold crown cause any electrochemical reaction?

  66. Understanding Galvanic Cells

  67. Electrochemical Cell for Water Disinfection
  68. If electrolysis splits water, why does only either hydrogen or oxygen (but not both) bubble up on one pole?
  69. Conductometric titration of Strong Acid And Strong base

  70. How deep does a counter electrode need to penetrate the solution in electrochemical experiments?
  71. How to plate zinc evenly on a threaded bar

  72. The effect of baking soda on water electrolysis

  73. How exactly lithium metal is produced?
  74. Acidic Environment and Rust

  75. Concept of Limiting Current

  76. Why is the maximum work done by a voltaic cell negative

  77. Why is in an lead acid accumulator no additional lead produced?

  78. How to apply Faraday's law to calculate the charge of metal ions?
  79. A galvanic cell with a salt bridge for demonstration purposes (high school)
  80. Determining the order of molar conductivity

  81. Molar Conductivities of H+ and OH- V/S other Ionic Electrolytes

  82. Flow of current in graphite

  83. Single electrode potential measurement
  84. Volcano plots: How is the data fitted?

  85. Direction of flow of current in electrolytic cell
  86. What is the unit of molar conductivity?
  87. Calculating conductivity of a solution given molar conductivities and concentration

  88. Disproportionation Reaction
  89. What determines the strength of reducing and oxidizing agents?

  90. The similarities and differences between electron transfer and charge transfer
  91. Problem in anode in experiment of electrolysis of brass

  92. Why does conductivity of electrolyte solutions peak at high concentrations?

  93. why do we modelize an electronic double layer with a classic capacitor?

  94. Why does the cathode not dissolve during electrolplating?
  95. Galvanic cell reactions and deionized water

  96. Why is a copper anode used in copper plating, while a lead anode is used in chromium plating?
  97. Water electrolysis - what is happening to an iron anode?

  98. What actually is electrode potential?
  99. Why does the copper anode dissolve?

  100. Why doesn't zinc spontaneously react with hydrogen ions in a lemon battery?