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Single Correct Answer Type case respectively, are


1. Resistance of 0.2 M solution of an electrolyte a) 4, 3, 1, 5 b) 1, 5, 3, 7
is 50 . The specific conductance of the solution c) 1, 3, 4, 5 d) 3, 5, 7, 1
is 1.3 S m1. If resistance of the 0.4M solution of 8. Out of Cu, Al , Fe and Zn, metal which can displace
the same electrolyte is 260 , its molar all others from their salt solution is
conductivity is a) Al b) Cu c) Zn d) Fe
a) 6250 Sm2 mol1 9. Consider the following cell reaction
b) 6.25 10 Sm mol
4 2 1 2Fe() + O2 () + 4H + ()
c) 625 104 Sm2 mol1 2Fe2+ () + 2H2 O(), = 1.67
d) 62.5 Sm2 mol1 At[Fe2+ ] = 103 M , P (O2 ) = 0.1 atm and pH =
2. For the cell, 3, the cell potential at 25 is
T1 | T1+ (0.001 M) || Cu2+ (0.1 M) | Cu a) 1.47 V b) 1.77 V c) 1.87 V d) 1.57 V
cell at 25 is 0.83 V. cell can be increased 10. For strong electrolytes the plot of molar
a) By decreasing [Cu ] 2+
conductance is
b) By increasing [Cu2+] a) Parabolic b) Linear
c) By increasing [T1+] c) Sinusoidal d) Circular
d) None of these 11. The equivalent conductances of two strong
3. Give the products available on the cathode and electrolytes at infinite dilution in H2 O (where ions
the anode respectively during the electrolysis of move freely through a solution) at 25 are given
an aqueous solution of MgSO4 between inert below
electrodes. CH3 COONa = 91.0 S cm2 /equiv
a) H2 (g) and O2 (g) b) O2 (g) and H2 (g) HCl = 426.2 S cm2 /equiv
c) O2 (g) and Mg(s) d) O2 (g) and SO2 (g) What additional information/quantity one needs
4. When the sample of copper with zinc impurity is to calculate of an aqueous solution of acetic
to be purified by electrolysis, the appropriate acid?
electrodes are a) of NaCl
Cathode Anode b) of CH3 COOK
a) b) Impure c) Impure d) Pure The limiting equivalent conductance of
Pure zinc c) +
sample zinc copper H (H+ )
pure
pure impure impure d) of chloroacetic acid (ClCH2 COOH)
copper
copper sample sample 12. The limiting molar conductivities for
5. The conductivity of a 0.01 N solution is found to NaCl, KBr and KCl are 126, 152 and
be 0.005 ohm1 cm1 . The equivalent 150 S cm2 mol1 respectively. The for NaBr is
conductivity of the solution will be a) 128 S cm2 mol1 b) 248 S cm2 mol1
5 5.00 c) 328 S cm mol
2 1 d) 348 S cm2 mol1
a) b) 1 3
10 ohm cm equiv 10 ohm1 cm2
2 1 2
13. AgNO3 () was added to an aqueous KCl
c) 500 ohm1 cm2 equivd) 1
0.5 ohm1 cm2 equiv 1 solution gradually and the conductivity of the
6. In electrolytic purification, which of the following solution was measured. The plot of conductance
is made of impure metal? () the volume of AgNO3 is
a) Anode b) Cathode
c) Both (a) and (b) d) None of these
7. When KMnO4 acts as an oxidizing agent and
ultimately forms MnO2 4 , MnO2 , Mn2 O3 and Mn
2+

then the number of electrons transferred in each

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charge of electron can be expressed as
a) b) c) d) 2


22. The value of for NH4 Cl, NaOH and NaCl are
respectively,149.74,248.1 and
126.41 cm2 equiv 1 . The value of of
NH4 OH is
a) 371.44
b) 271.44
a) (P) b) (Q) c) (R) d) (S) c) 71.44
14. A lamp draws a current of 1.0 A. Find the charge d) Cannot be predicted from given data
in coulomb used by the lamp in 60 s. 23. By how much is the oxidizing power of
a) 0.6 C b) 60 C c) 600 C d) 0.006 C Cr2 O2
7 /Cr
3+
couple decreased if the H +
15. Small quantities of solutions of compounds concentration is decreased from 1 M to
, and are put into separate test tubes 103 M at 25?
containing X, Y and Z solutions. does not react a) 0.207 V b) 0.414 V
with any of these. reacts with both X and Z. c) 0.001 V d) 0.287 V
reacts with X. The decreasing order of ease of 24. If the of a cell reaction AgCl + Ag + Cl is
oxidation of the anions , , is 21.20 kJ, the standard emf of cell is
a) , , b) , , a) 0.239 V b) 0.220 V
c) , , d) , , c) 0.320 V d) 0.110 V
16. The electric conduction of a salt solution in water 25. The standard reduction potential of Zn and Ag in
depends on the water at 298 K are,
a) Size of its molecules Zn2+ + 2e Zn; E = 0.76 V and
b) Shape of its molecules Ag + + Ag ; = +0.80 . Which of
c) Size of solvent molecules the following reactions take place?
d) Extent of its ionization a) Zn2+ (aq) + 2Ag (s) 2Ag + (aq) + Zn (s)
17. The hydrogen electrode is dipped in a solution of b) Zn (s) + 2Ag + (aq) Zn2+ (aq) + 2Ag (s)
pH = 3 at 25. The potential of the cell would be c) Zn2+ (aq) + Ag + (aq) Zn (s) + Ag (s)
2.303
(the value of
is 0.059 V) d) Zn (s) + Ag (s) Zn2+ (aq) + Ag + (aq)
a) 0.059 V b) 0.088 V 26. The rusting of iron takes place as follows
c) 0.178 V d) 0.177 V 1
2H + + 2e + O2 H2 O ();
18. The reduction potential of hydrogen half-cell will 2
negative if = +1.23
a) (2 ) = 1 atm and [H + ] = 2.0 M Fe2+ + 2e Fe (s); = 0.44
b) (2 ) = 1 atm and [H + ] = 1.0 M Calculate for the net process.
c) (2 ) = 2 atm and [H + ] = 1.0 M a) -322 kJ mol1 b) -161 kJ mol1
d) (2 ) = 2 atm and [H + ] = 2.0 M c) -152 kJ mol1 d) -76 kJ mol1
19. The highest electrical conductivity of the 27. Zn2+ + 2 Zn(), = 0.76
following aqueous solutions is of Fe3+ + Fe2+ , = 0.77
a) 0.1 M difluoroacetic acid Cr 3+ + 3 Cr, = 0.79
b) 0.1 M fluoroacetic acid 1
H + + H2 , = 0.00
c) 0.1 M chloroacetic acid 2
Strongest reducing agent is
d) 0.1 M acetic acid
a) H2 b) Zn c) Fe2+ d) Cr
20. A current of strength 2.5 A was passed through
28. For a cell reaction involving a two electron
CuSO4 solution for 6 min 26 s. The amount of
change, the standard emf of the cell is found to be
copper deposited is (At. Wt. of Cu = 63.5, 1F =
0.295 V at 25. The equilibrium constant of the
96500 C)
reaction, at 25, will be
a) 0.3175 g b) 3.175 g c) 0.635 g d) 6.35 g
a) 10 b) 1 1010
21. If is faraday and is Avogadro number, then
c) 1 1010 d) 10 102
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29. The number of coulombs required to reduce 12.3 c) Br2 (g) + Cl2 (g) 2Br (aq) + 2Cl (aq)
g of nitrobenzene to aniline, is d) 2Br (aq) + 2Cl (aq) Br2 (g) + Cl2 (g)
a) 96500 C b) 5790 C 36. Reduction potentials of A, B, C, and D are 0.8 V,
c) 95700 C d) 57900 C 0.79 V, 0.34 V and -2.37 V respectively. Which
30. In Acell that utilises the reaction, element displaces all the other three elements?
Zn () + 2H + () Zn2+ () + H2 () a) B b) A c) D d) C
addition of H2 SO4 to cathode compartment, will 37. Which of the following ions can be replaced by H +
a) Lower the E and shift the equilibrium to the left inos when H2 gas is bubbled through the
b) Lower the E and shift the equilibrium to the solutions containing these ions?
right a) Li+ b) Ba2+ c) Cu2+ d) Be2+
c) Increase the E and shift the equilibrium to the 38. The amount of electricity required to liberate 1 g-
right equiv of Cu is
d) Increase the E and shift the equilibrium to the a) 96500 F b) 1 F c) 1 C d) 96500 A
left 39. Given, the data at 25 ,
31. EMF of hydrogen electrode in term of pH is (at 1 Ag + I AgI + e ; = 0.152
atm pressure) Ag Ag + + e ; = 0.800
What is the value of log sp for AgI?
a) 2 =

1 (2.303 = 0.059 )
b) 2 = .
p a) - 8.12 b) +8.612 c) -37.83 d) -16.13
2.303 40. When 1 F of electricity is passed through
c) 2 = . p
acidulated water, O2 evolved is
d) 2 = - 0.0591 pH
a) 11.2 dm3 b) 5.6 dm3 c) 22.4 dm3 d) 1.0 dm3
32. The standard reduction potentials of 41. Standard electrode potential of cell
Zn2+ | Zn , Cu2+ | Cu and Ag + | Ag are respectively H2 | H + ||Ag + | Ag is
0.76, 0.34 and 0.8 V. The following cells were a) 0.8 V b) -0.8 V c) -1.2 V d) 1.2 V
constructed 42. The resistance of N
solution is found to be 2.5
I Zn | Zn2+ || Cu2+ | Cu 10
3
II Zn | Zn2+ || Ag + | Ag 10 . The equivalent conductance of the solution
III Cu | Cu2+ || Ag + | Ag is (cell constant = 1.25cm1 )
What is the correct order of cell
of these cells? a) 2.51 cm2 equiv 1
a) II > III > I b) II > I > III b) 5.01 cm2 equiv 1
c) I > II > III d) III > I > II c) 2.51 cm2 equiv 1
33. The ionic conductance of Ba2+ and Cl are d) 5.01 cm2 equiv 1
respectively 127 and 76 1 cm2 at infinite 43. When amperes of current is passed through
dilution. The equivalent conductance (in molten AlCl3 for 96.5 s. 0.09 g of aluminium is
1 cm2) of BaCl2 at infinite dilution will be deposited. What is the value of X?
a) 139.5 b) 203 c) 279 d) 101.5 a) 10 A b) 20 A c) 30 A d) 40 A
34. Which of the following statements is not 44. A cell constructed by coupling a standard copper
applicable to electrolytic conductors? electrode and a standard magnesium electrode
a) A single stream of electrons flows from cathode has emf of 2.7 V. If the standard reduction
to anode potential of copper electrode is +0.34 V then that
b) Show a positive temperature coefficient for of the magnesium electrode is
conductance a) + 2.36 V b) 2.36 V
c) New products show up at the electrodes c) + 3.26 V d) 3.26 V
d) Ions are responsible for carrying the current 45. Daniel cell, anode and cathode are respectively
35. Which of the following reactions is correct for a a) Zn | Zn2+ b)
andCuCu| 2+
Cu|2+Cu
c)
andFeZn 2+ 2+ d)
| Fe | Zn Cu|2+
andCu Cu|2+
Cuand Fe2
given electrochemical cell at 25 ? 46. For the electrochemical cell,
Pt | Br2 (g) | Br (g) || Cl () | Cl2 (g) | Pt | + || | , (+ | ) =
a) 2Br (aq) + Cl2 (g) 2Cl (aq) + Br2 (g) 0.44 V and ( | ) = 0.33 V. From this data
b) Br2 (g) + 2Cl (aq) 2Br (aq) + Cl2 (g) one can deduce that

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a) cell = 0.77 V a) 115800 C b) 5790 C
b) 0.77 V c) 28950 C d) 57900 C
+
+ + is the spontaneous 49. The of Fe / Fe and Sn2+ /Sn are -0.44 V and
2+
c)
reaction -0.14 V respectively. If cell reaction is
+ + + is the spontaneous Fe + Sn2+ Fe2+ + Sn
d)
reaction then emf of the cell is
47. Corrosion of iron is essentially an electrochemical a) +0.30 V b) -0.58 V c) +0.58 V d) -0.30 V
phenomenon where the cell reactions are 50. The standard reduction potential of the reaction,
Fe is oxidised to Fe2+ and dissolved oxugen in H2 O + 1/2 H2 + OH at 298 K is
a)
water is reduced to OH
3+
a) = Iln
Fe is oxidised to Fe and H2 O is reduced to
b) 2
O2 b) = In[PH 2 ]1/2 [OH ]
c) Fe is oxidised to Fe2+ and H2 O is reduced to O
2 [ 2 ]1/2
c) = In
d) Fe is oxidised to Fe and H2 O is reduced to O2
2+ [H+ ]

48. The number of coulombs required to reduce 12.3 d) = In
g of nitrobenzene to aniline is

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Poojari's Institute of Science
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Date : 18/07/2014 TEST ID: 103
Time : 01:40:00 Hrs. CHEMISTRY
Marks : 200
3.ELECTROCHEMISTRY

: ANSWER KEY :
Single Correct Answer Type 45) a 46) c 47) a 48) d
1) b 2) b 3) a 4) d 49) a 50) a
5) c 6) a 7) c 8) a
9) d 10) b 11) a 12) a
13) d 14) b 15) a 16) d
17) d 18) c 19) a 20) a
21) b 22) b 23) b 24) b
25) b 26) a 27) d 28) b
29) d 30) c 31) d 32) b
33) a 34) a 35) a 36) c
37) c 38) b 39) d 40) b
41) a 42) b 43) a 44) b

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Poojari's Institute of Science
JEE (Main) / MH-CET
Date : 18/07/2014 TEST ID: 103
Time : 01:40:00 Hrs. CHEMISTRY
Marks : 200
3.ELECTROCHEMISTRY

: HINTS AND SOLUTIONS :


Single Correct Answer Type O2 (g) + 4H + + 4 2H2 O
1 (b) 2Fe(s) + O2 (g) + 4H +
Specific conductance = conductance cell 2Fe2+ () + 2H2 O ()
constant 0.059 (103 )2
1 = log = 1.57 V
1.3 Sm1 = S cell constant 4 (103 )4 (0.1)
50 10 (b)
Cell constant For strong electrolytes the plot of molar
= 1.3 50 m1 = 65 m1 = (65/100)cm1 conductance ( ) . is linear.
1000 conductance cell constant
Molar conductivity = molarity
1000 1 65
= = 6.25 Scm2 mol1
0.4 260 100
= 6.25 104 Sm2 mol1

2 (b)
0.0592 [Cu2+ ] ( m )with for strong electrolyte.
cell = cell + log + 2
[T1 ] 11 (a)
= 2 We know from Kohlrauschs law
According to above equation cell can be CH3 COOH = CH3 COONa + HCl NaCl
increased by increasing [ Cu2+].
12 (a)
3 (a)
(126 Scm2 mol1 )
NaCl = Na+ + Cl (i)
During the electrolysis of an aqueous solution of
MgSO4 between inert electrodes, the products (152 Scm2 mol1 )
KBr = K+ + Br (ii)
available on the cathode and the anode are H2 (g)

and O2 (g) respectively. (150 Scm2 mol1 )
KCl = K+ + Cl (iii)
5 (c)
1000 By Eqs. (i) + (ii) (iii)
eq =
normality

NaBr = Na+ + Br
0.005 1000
= = 500 ohm1 cm2 equiv 1 = 126 + 152 150
0.01

6 (a) = 128 Scm2 mol1


In the process of electro decomposition for
13 (d)
purification of metal, impure metal acts as anode.
As AgnO3 is added to solution , KCl will be
8 (a)
displaced according to following reaction
Among Cu, Al, Fe and Zn, Al occupies highest
AgNO3 () + KCl () AgCl() + KNO3 ()
position in electrochemical series.
For every mole of KCl displaced from solution,
Al displaces Cu, Fe and Zn from their salts.
one mole of KNO3 comes in solution resulting in
9 (d)
almost constant conductivity. As the end point is
The half reactions are
reached, added AgNO3 remain in solution
Fe(s) Fe2+ () + 2e 2
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increasing ionic concentration, hence conductivity
increases.
14 (b)
=
= 1 60
= 60
15 (a) 20 (a)
1 Given, = 2.5
Oxidizing tensdncy
electrode potential = 6 min 26 = 6 60 + 26 = 386
No reaction Number of coulomb passed =
, = 2.5 386
= 965 C
Order of electrode potential is Cu2+ + 2 Cu
< < 2 96500 C charge deposits Cu = 63.5 g
Order of oxidation of the anion is 965 C charge deposits
> > 63.5
Cu = 2 96500 965
17 (d)
= 0.3175 g
Reduction potential of hydrogen electrode,
21 (b)
2.303 1 If is Faraday and is Avogadro number, charge
H = log + of
[H ]

electron =
= 0.059 pH = 0.059 3 = 0.177 V
22 (b)
18 (c)
eq (NH4 OH) = eq (NH4 Cl) + eq (NaOH)
Reduction hydrogen half-cell is
eq (NaCl)
H + | () | Pt (H2 ) = (149.74 + 248.1 126.4)
+ = 271.44 1 cm2 eq1
Pressure H2 23 (b)
Half cell reaction is Half-cell reaction is
2H + () + 2e H2 (g)
Reaction quotient Cr2 O2 +
7 + 14H + 6 2Cr
3+
+ 7H2 O
= = 2 /[H + ]2 , = 2
0.0591 0.0591 Cr2 O2
7 /Cr
3+
Cr2 O2 / Cr3+
7
red = red
log =0 2
log
[ ] +
0.0591 [Cr 3+ ]2
= log
(a) 1atm 2.0 M 0.25 +ve [Cr2 O2
7 ][H ]
+ 14
(b) 1atm 1.0 M 1.0 0
(c) 2atm 1.0 M 2.0 -ve 0.0591
= log[103 ]14 = 0.414 V
(d) 2atm 2.0 M 0.50 +ve 6

red = 0.00 V for standard hydrogen electrode
24 (b)
If > 1, then = -ve.
=
Thus, correct answer is (c).
19 (a) 21.2 = 1 96500
Fluoro group causes negative inductive effect
increasing ionization, thus 0.1 M difluoroacetic 21.2
= = 0.220 V
acid has highest electrical conductivity. 96500

25 (b)
As the reduction potential of Zn is less than that of
Ag, hence Zn will act as anode when Acell is made
using them.
Hence , the correct reaction will be

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Zn(s) Zn2+ (aq) + 2e Zn | Zn2+ (C1 ) || H + (aq) | Pt (H2 )
(oxidation) -anode + cathode

2Ag + () + 2 2Ag () 0.0591


and cell = cell log
Zn () + 2Ag + () Zn2+ () + 2Ag () 2
26 (a)
0.0591 [Zn2+ ]
Reactions = cell 2
log [H+ ]2
(i) Fe() Fe2+ + 2 , = + 0.44 V
0.0591 [H+ ]2
= cell + log [Zn2+ ]
and 1 = = 2 0.44 2

1 If H2 SO4 is added to cathodic compartment,


(ii) 2H + + 2 + 2 O2 H2 O(); = +1.23
(towards reactant side), then decreases (due to
increase in H + ).
and 2 = 2 (+ 1.23)
Hence, equilibrium is displaced towards right and
Net reaction,
cell increases.
1
Fe () + 2H + + 2 O2 Fe2+ + H2 O()
31 (d)
2H + + 2 H2
3 = 1 + 2
According to Nernst equation,
= 2 (+ 0.44) F + ( 2 1.23 F) 0.0591 1
= + log + 2
[H ]
= 0.88 F 2.46 F = 3.34 F 0.0591
= 0 log[H + ]2
2
= 3.34 96500 J = - 0.0591 pH
32 (b)
= 322.31 kJ = 322 kJ
Given,
28 (b) Zn2+ Zn , = 0.76
= Cu2+ Cu , = 0.34
= 2.303 log Ag + Ag , = 0.8
= 2.303 log Cell reaction of (I) is
Zn + Cu2+ Zn2+ + Cu
log =
2.303
cell = oxidation + reduction
2 96500 0.295
= = + 0.76 + 0.34
2.303 8.314 298
= + 1.10 V
log = 9.97
Cell reaction of (II) is
= 1 1010
Zn + Ag + Zn2+ + Ag
29 (d)
cell = 0.76 + 0.8
C6 H5 NO2 + 6H + + 6e C6 H5 NH2 + 2H2 O
= + 1.56 V
1 mol = 123 g nitrobenzene requires 6 mol Cell reaction of (III) is
electrons Cu + Ag + Cu2+ + Ag

cell = 0.34 + 0.8
= 6 96500 C charge
= + 0.46

69650012.3 So, the correct order of cell of these cell is
12.3 g nitrobenzene will require = 123 II > I > III.
= 6 9650 = 57900 C 33 (a)

m for BaCl2 = m Ba
2+
+ 2 m Cl

30 (c) eq for BaCl2 = 1/2m Ba + m Cl


2+

Zn () + 2H + () Zn2+ () + H2 (g) = 127 / 2 + 76


[Zn2+ ]
Reaction quotient = = 139.5 1 cm2
[H+ ]2
35 (a)
Corresponding cell is
2Br () + Cl2 2Cl () + Br2
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Bromine is relased by chlorine as more reactive 1.25 103
= = 5 104 1 cm1
halogen displaces less reactive halogen from their 2.5
salt solutions. Equivalent conductance
100
36 (c) =
Among given elements, has the minimum 5 104 1000
reduction potential (- 2.37 V) hence, it can =
1/10
displace all other from their salts.
= 5 cm2 equiv 1
1
37 (c)
43 (a)
The ions which lies below H + in electrochemical
Current =?
series, displace H + from solution. 27
2+ + Equivalent weight of Al = 3 = 9
Cu lies below H in electrochemical series.
0.09 96500
Cu2+ ions displace H + when H2 gas is = . . or = . = 9 96.5
bubbled in solution containing these ions. = 10 A
38 (b) 44 (b)
When 1 F electricity is passed through the Mg lie above Cu in electrochemical series and
solution. 1 g-equivalent of Cu is liberated. hence, Cu electrode acts as cathode
39 (d)
cell
= Cu
2+ / Cu = Mg2+ / Mg

AgI () + Ag () + I ; = 0.152 V
+ 2.70 V = 0.34 Mg 2+ /Mg
Ag (s) Ag + = - 0.8 V

AgI () Ag + + I = - 0.952 Mg2+/ Mg = 2.36 V
0.059 45 (a)
cell = log
In Danial cell, oxidation occurs at anode and
0.059
0.952 = 1 log reduction occurs at cathode. Thus, the element,
which has higher negative value of reduction
0.952
log = 0.059 = 16.135 potential, is used as anode and that with lower
negative value of reduction potential is used as
40 (b) cathode.
+ 2
2H2 O 4H + 2O Reduction potential of Zn is more negative
At cathode, 4H + + 4 2H2 than Cu.
2
At anode, 2O 4 O2 Zn | Zn2+ is anode and Cu2+ | Cu is cathode.
4 Faraday of charge liberates = 1 mol 46 (c)
= 22.4 dm O2 3 For the given cell, |+ || | , the cell reaction
1 Faraday of charge liberates is derived as follows :
22.4
= 4 1 RHS :Reduction + (i)
LHS :Oxidation + + (ii)
= 5.6 dm3 O2
Add Eqs. (i) an (ii)
41 (a)
+ + +
cell =
The cell potential = 0.11 V
Given, Ag + /Ag = 0.80 V
Since, cell = ve, the cell reaction derived above
H2 | H + || Ag + | Ag is non-spontaneous. In fact, the reverse reaction
Hydrogen is anode and silver is cathode. will occur spontaneously
cell = 47 (a)
= 0.80 0 (H +/H = 0) Fe Fe2+ + 2e (anode reaction)
= 0.80 V O2 + 2H2 O + 4 4OH (cathode reaction)
42 (b) The overall reaction is
N
Resistance of 10 solution = 2.5 10 3 2Fe + O2 + 2H2 O 2Fe(OH)2
1 Fe(OH) 2 may be dehydrated to iron oxide FeO, or
= cell constant further oxidized to Fe(OH)3 and then dehydrated
resistance
1 to iron rust, Fe2 O3 .
= 3
1.25 48 (d)
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Given, mass of nitrobenzene = 12.3 g = 57900 C
Molecular mass of nitrobenzene = 123 g 49 (a)
12.3 Here Fe acts as anode while Sn act as cathode. We
Moles = 123
= 0.1
know that,

cell = cathode - anode
= (-0.14) (-0.44)
= - 0.14 + 0.44
= 0.30 V
50 (a)
1
At anode; 2
H2 + OH H2 O +
1
H2 required for reduction of 0.1 mole At cathode; H+ + H
2 2
nitrobenzene Redox change; H + + OH H2 O
= 0.1 3 = 0.3 mol of hydrogen [H2 O]
Amount of charge required to liberate 0.3 mol =
[H + ][OH ]
of hydrogen
= 2 96500 0.3 ( H2 2H + ) = In

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