What is galvanic cell?
Asked by kripanjalihimansu | 28th Feb, 2019, 06:57: AM
A galvanic cell is an electrochemical cell that converts the chemical energy of a spontaneous redox reaction into electrical energy.
- In this device, the Gibbs energy of the spontaneous redox reaction is converted into electrical work
- The following redox reaction occurs in Galvanic cell,
Answered by Varsha | 28th Feb, 2019, 11:04: AM
- Calculate the no. Of coulpmb required to deposit 40.5g AL when the electrode rxn is AL3+ +3e--->AL
- when zinc plate is dipped into a blue coloured solution of cuso4 then its colour becomes white why
- cell constant G*= l /A Here A stands for area of Electrode or Electrolytic solution
- An electrochemical cell stops working after sometime. Why ?
- What are redox reactions? Explain with an example?
- Why do we use inert electrolytes like KCl, KNO3, and NH4Cl in a salt bridge?
- Explain the energy changes that occur in a galvanic cell. Also mention its electrode potential?
- What is the function of a salt bridge in the electrochemical cell?
- Explain why does a galvanic cell stop working over a period of time?
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