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    Using Faraday's Law to solve an electrochemical thermodynamics problem, considering an iron sample protected by nickelization

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    An iron sample (surface area of 3.3 cm^2) was protected by nickelization in a solution containing 0.1 M NiSO4 and 1 M H2SO4 at a current of 0.28 A for 30 min.

    What will be the sample weight increase after the process of nickelization upon 62% current efficiency?

    Please show step by step solution.

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    According the Faraday's Laws:

    Weight deposited = (Current in amps) (time in sec) (GEW of substance ...

    Solution Summary

    The expert uses Faraday's Law to explain, using equations, an electrochemical thermodynamics problem. The problem considers an iron sample (with a surface area of 3.3 cm^2) protected by nickelization. The answer explains, using a step-by-step procedure, what the sample weight increase will be after the process of nickelization.

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