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Electrochemistry Part IV
1- When the following equation is correctly balanced in acidic solution, how many electrons are transferred?

2- What is the oxidation state of C in the CF4 molecule?

3- Which species is being reduced in the following reaction:

4- Calculate E°cell for the following redox reaction. Zn2+ (aq) + Sn2+ (aq) → Zn (s) + Sn4+ (aq)
5- A student provides a current of 2.50 amps through a solution of CaCl2 (aq) for 4.50 hours. The voltage is such that calcium metal is deposited at the cathode. What is the mass of calcium deposited?
6- What is the cell potential for the reaction Mg(s)+Fe 2+ (aq)→Mg 2+ (aq)+Fe(s) at 67 ∘ C when [Fe 2+ ]= 3.80M and [Mg 2+ ]= 0.310M.Express your answer to three significant figures and include the appropriate units.

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Electrochemistry Part IV
1- When the following equation is correctly balanced in acidic solution, how many electrons are transferred?

2- What is the oxidation state of C in the CF4 ...

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This solution provides clear and succinct answers as well as step-wise calculations to some problems, pertained to the fundamental concepts of electrochemistry.

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