What happens to flow of electrons if we introduce two anodes at one end of the cathode
Asked by sakthisivasakthi1978 | 31st Oct, 2019, 09:53: PM
In electrons if we are using two anodes and one cathode, then number of electrons will be increased in solution but cathode is one that accepts electron so electrons will be produced in more quantity but accepted by cathode in same quantity per unit time so electron flow will be same but total number of electrons will be more that will not contribute to producing electric current.
Answered by Ravi | 2nd Nov, 2019, 05:28: PM
- Electrochemistry:- Comment on pH of solution after electrolysis of ZnSO4 in aqueous media by using Zn electrode.
- Aluminium is extracted by electrolysis of
- Pls explain
- TOTAL VOLUME OF GASES EVOLVED AT STP WHEN 36g OF H2O ARE COMPLETELY ELECTROLYSED BETWEEN PLATINUM ELECTRODES.
- 3.66 sum plz
- 3.71 plz
- 3.52 numerical plz
- 3.57 plz
- Pl this question as fast as possible
Kindly Sign up for a personalised experience
- Ask Study Doubts
- Sample Papers
- Past Year Papers
- Textbook Solutions
Verify mobile number
Enter the OTP sent to your number