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Electrochemistry

ABOUT EDUCATORS

DR. SHARAD KOTHARI


• MSc., PhD, NET, JRF
• 18 year experience of IIT JEE in Organic Chemistry
• Ex. Senior Faculty of Vibrant Academy, Kota and Bansal Classes, Kota

PIYUSH MAHESHWARI
• BE (Hons.)
• 11 year experience of IIT JEE in InorganicChemistry
• Author of 'Super Problems in Inorganic Chemistry',
• Ex. HOD Bansal Classes, Kota
• Ex. Senior Faculty of Vibrant Academy, Kota and Allen Career Institute, Kota

BRIJESH JINDAL
• BTech Jaipur MNIT
• 11 year experience of IIT JEE in Physical Chemistry
• Ex. Senior Faculty of Vibrant Academy, Kota, Allen Career Institute, Kota and Bansal
Classes, Kota
ELECTROCHEMISTRY

EXERCISE-1 (Subjective Questions)


r ts
ts pe
GALVANIC CELL

e r
Electrode potential and standard electrode potential
p x
Q.1 For the cell reaction
E is 1.89 V. If E
x is – 0.28 V, what is the value of E ? try
2Ce4+ + Co  2Ce3+ + Co2+
E
o

tr y Eo
Co 2  | Co
i s o

s standard reduction potential for the half reactionh: eClm+ 2e  2Cl
cell
Ce 4  | Ce 3

m i
e = – 0.15 V C
Q.2 Determine the – –

h
2

C Pt + 2e  Pt
o
Given Pt + 2Cl  Pt + Cl ,
2+ – E 2 Cell
2+ – E° = 1.20 V

Is 1.0 M H+ solution under H2SO4 at 1.0 atm capable of oxidising silver metal in the presence of 1.0 M
s
Q.3
Ag+ ion?
ts r t
Eo
o
p
= 0.80 V, E H  |H
x
r
e = 0.0 V x pe
Ag  |Ag

E
yreactions:
2 ( Pt )

r yV E
r
If for the halftcell E°s=t0.15
Q.4
i s Cu + e  Cu ;
i
Cu + 2e  Cu ; mE° = 0.34 V
2+ – +

m Cu + e  Cu he
2+ –

e
ChAlso predict whether Cu undergoes disproportionation orCnot.
Calculate E° of the half cell reaction + –
+

o o
Q.5 If E Fe 2 | Fe = – 0.44 V, E oFe3 | Fe 2 = 0.76 V. Calculate E Fe3 | Fe .

r ts ts
e r
xp pe
Q.6 Consider the following E° values

r y E
E°Fe3+/Fe2+ = + 0.76 V E° = –0.44 V E° = –0.14 V
Fe2+/Fe
E x Sn2+/Sn

i st conditions,
Under standard
3Sn + 2Fe (aq)  2Fe(aq) + 3Sn (aq) is
calculate the EMF for the cell reaction.
t r y
e m (s)
3+

m
2+

h e
Ch the potentials and
Q.7C From the standard potentials shown in the following diagram, calculate E1 E 2 .

r t s
x pe ts
Q.8
E
Calculate the equilibrium
y
constant for the reaction
r
Fe +Ce 
2+

i s t r4+ Fe + Ce , 3+ [Given : 3+

xE 0 0
pe]
Ce 4  / Ce3 1.44V;E Fe3 / Fe 2  0.68V

e m 2.303 RT
ryE
C h
Take
F
= 0.06 at 25°C, log 4.68 = 0.67
i s t
Q.9
h m
Calculate the equilibrium constant for the reaction Fe + CuSOe  FeSO + Cu at 25°C.
Given : E (Fe/Fe ) = 0.44V, E (Cu/Cu ) = 0.337V.
0 2+ 0
C 2+
4 4

2.303 RT
Take = 0.06 at 25°C, log 7.94 = 0.9
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Q.10 At 25°C the value of K for the equilibrium Fe3+
+ Ag  Fe2+ +
+ Ag is 0.531mol/litre. The standard
electrode potential for Ag+ + e –  Ag is 0.8V. What is the standard potential for
r ts
Fe3+ + e– l Fe2+ ?
e r ts x pe
= 0.06, p log (0.531) = – 0.275 E
2.303RT
Given :
E x tr y
s
F

t r y m i
i s Hg constant
Q.11 Calculate equilibrium for :
h e
e
h :E m (aq)2
2+ Hg(l) + Hg (aq)
C
2+

CGiven 
 0.8V
Hg 22  ( aq ) / Hg (l )
E 
 0.92 V
Hg22 (aq) / Hg2 ( aq)

Nernst Equation
Q.12
ts
Calculate the EMF of a Daniel cell when the concentration of ZnSO4 and CuSO4 are 0.001 M and
r ts
er
0.1M respectively. The standard EMF of the cell is 1.1V.

x p x pe
Q.13
y E r yE
For a cell Mg(s) | Mg2+(aq) || Ag+ (aq) | Ag, calculate the equilibrium constant at 25°C. Also find the

st r
maximum work per mole of Mg that can be obtained by operating the cell.
i s t
i
E0 (Mg2+/Mg) = 2.38V, E0 (Ag+/Ag) = 0.8 V.
m e m
Q.14 he h
C valency of the metal if the standard oxidation potential of theCmetal is 0.76V.
n+ +
The EMF of the cell M | M (0.01M) || H (1M) | H (g) (1 atm), Pt at 25°C is 0.82V. Calculate the
2

2.303 RT
Take = 0.06 at 25°C.

s
F

er t ts
Q.15
xp
Calculate E0 and E for the cell Sn | Sn2+ (1M) || Pb2+(103M) | Pb, E0 (Sn2+| Sn) = 0.14V,
per
r y E
E0 (Pb2+| Pb) = 0.13V. Is cell representation correct?
E x
i s t tr y
s
Q.16 At what concentration 2+
of Cu in a solution of CuSO will the electrode potential be zero at 25°C?
m i
4

e
Given : E (Cu | Cu ) = 0.34 V.
0 2+

h e m
C Ch
2.303 RT
Take = 0.06 at 25°C, log 4.68 = 0.67
F

Q.17 The magnitude of standard reduction potentials of two metals 'X' and 'Y' are
Y2+ + 2e–  Y |E1| = 0.34V
X + 2e  X
2+ –

r ts |E2| = 0.25V

xpe
When two half cells of X and Y are connected to construct a galvanic cell, electrons flow in the external

ts
E r
circuit from X to Y. When X is connected to a standard SHE, electrons flow in the external circuit from
y
is tr
galvanic cell at 25ºC, Calculate the EMF of cell :
x pe
X to SHE. If a half cell X2+ (0.1M) | X is connected to another half cell Y2+ (1.0 M) | Y to construct a

em 2.303 RT
r y E
C h (Given : At 25°C ;
F
 0.06 )
i s t
Q.18 Two students use same stock solution of ZnSO and a solution
h e mof CuSO . The e.m.f of one cell is
C
4 4
0.03 V higher than the other. The conc. of CuSO in the cell
4 with higher e.m.f value is 0.5 M. Find out
 2.303 RT 
the conc. of CuSO4 in the other cell   0.06 
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s
Q.19 If potential of the cell is 0.98 V at 25°C. Then calculate the pH in anodic compartment.

r t
s pe
Pt(s) | H2(1 atm) | H+(aq) | | Ag+ (0.1 M) | Ag(s)

e r t x
p
2.303RT
[Given : E oAg / Ag
x  0.8 V and
F
= 0.06]
r y E
r E
yPt, H (1 atm)|HOCN (10 M)||Ag (0.8 M)|Ag(s) i t
s0.98V . Calculate the K for
i
Q.20 Voltage of thet
s [H ] because of oxidation of H (g) . hem
cell 3 is +

m
2 a

e C
HOCN . Neglect +

h
2
e  Ag(s) = 0.8 V.
+

CGiven :
Ag +
2.303RT
= 0.06
F

ts r ts
r pe
Q.21 Calculate the potential of an indicator electrode versus the standard hydrogen electrode, which originally

p e x
contained 0.1M MnO4 and 0.5M H+ and which was treated with 50% of the Fe2+ necessary to reduce
x
all the MnO4 to Mn+2.
E yE
r y
MnO4 + 8H+ + 5e  Mn2+ + 4H2O, E0 = 1.51V
t = 0.06 i s t r
Given : is m
2.303RT

e m F
h e
ChA zinc electrode is placed in a 0.1M solution at 25°C. Assuming
Q.22
C that the salt is 20% dissociated at this
dilution, calculate the electrode potential. E0 (Zn2+| Zn) = 0.76V. [log 2 = 0.3]

r t s CONCENTRATION CELLS
t s
Q.23 Calculate the EMF of the p e cell at 298 K. e r
E x following
x p
y E
Zn | Zn (0.01M) 2+ || Zn (0.1 2+
M) | Zn

i r
stSolutions of two weak acids, HA (pK = 3) and HB (pK =i5)saretreach y placed in contact
withm
Q.24 Equinormal
e equal pressure of hydrogen electrode at 25°C. When a cell is econstructed
a a

h h m by interconnecting them

C through a salt bridge, find the emf of the cell.


C 9
Q.25 In two vessels each containing 500ml water, 0.5 millimol of aniline (K = 10 ) and 25 m mol of HCl are
b
added separately. Two hydrogen electrodes are constructed using these solutions. Calculate the emf of
cell made by connecting them appropriately. (log5 = 0.7)

r ts
pe
Q.26 Calculate pH using the following cell :

E x
Pt (H2) | H+ (x M) | | H+ (1 M) | Pt (H2) if Ecell = 0.2364 V.
r ts
1 atm

t r yof the cell 1 atm


p e
Pt, Hm
s
Q.27 Calculateithe emf
E x
hKeHA = 10 , K RNH = 10 .
(1.0 atm) | HA (0.1M) || RNH (aq, 0.01M) | H (1.0 atm), Pt
try
s
2 2 2

C Given :
5 6
i
em
a b 2
2.303RT
= 0.06
F
C h
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ELECTROCHEMISTRY
CELL CONSISTING SPECIAL HALF-CELLS

r ts
Q.28
r ts
The standard reduction potential for Cu2+ / Cu is 0.34 V. Calculate the reduction potential at
e x pe
p
pH = 14 for the Pt, KOH / Cu(OH)2 / Cu couple. Ksp of Cu(OH)2 is 1 × 1019.
E
2.303RT
=E
x
s try
try i
Given : 0.06
F
i sstorage cell is represented as Fe(s) | FeO(s) | KOH(aq)
e m
h | Ni O (s) | NiO(s) The halfcell
e m
Q.29 The Edison
h C 2 3

Creaction
2
are
3 2

Ni O (s) + H O(l) + 2e  2NiO(s) + 2OH  
E = + 0.40V 0

FeO(s) + H2O(l) + 2e Fe(s) + 2OH E0 =  0.87V


(i) What is the cell reaction?
ts r ts
r pe
(ii) What is the cell e.m.f.? How does it depend on the concentration of KOH?
(iii)
p e x
What is the maximum amount of electrical energy that can be obtained from one mole of Ni2O3?

E x E
y constants of AgBr
Q.30 Consider the celly
r
& AgCl ares5t× 10 & 1 × 10 respectively. For what ratio of the concentrations
Ag|AgBr(s)|Br  
t r
s of Br & Cl ions
||AgCl(s), Ag | Cl at 25º C . The solubility product
i
m i 13 10

e m
 

e
would the emf of the cell be zero ?
h
ChThe pK of AgI is 16.5. If the Eº value for Ag Ag is 0.80VC. Find the Eº for the half cell reaction AgI
Q.31
(s) +
sp
e  Ag + I.
+

 2.303 RT 
Given :
 F
 0.06

r t s ts
e
p|| KCl(0.002M), AgCl | Ag er
x
Eof given cell at 25°C :
Q.32 Ag | AgBr , KBr(0.01M)
x p
ry(s)
E
(s) (s)

st = 4.8 × 10 M , K = 2.4 × 10 M andistry = 0.06]


Calculate the EMF

[Given :iK
2.303RT

e m sp(AgCl)
–10 2

m sp(AgBr)
–14 2

h
F

C Given the cell he


Q.33
Cd(s) Cd(OH) (s) NaOH(0.01M) H (g), Pt
C
2 2
1( bar )

with Ecell = 0, then, Calculate the Ksp of Cd(OH)2 -

r ts
p e
[Given : C oCd  2 / Cd   0.39V and = 0.06 ]
2.303RT

E x F
r t s
t r y reduction potential of CuS/Cu electrode. p e
is
Q.34 Calculate the standard

= 0.06 ] yE
x
h e m
[Given K of CuS is 10 M , –36 2 E oCu  2 / Cu
= 0.34 volt,
t r
.303 RT

s
sp F
C m i
h e AgBr(s) | Ag,
Q.35 For the galvanic cell : Ag|AgCl(s)| KCl (0.2M) || K Br (0.001 M)|
Calculate the EMF generated and assign correct polarity Cto each electrode for a spontaneous process
after taking into account the cell reaction at 25°C. [Ksp(AgCl) = 2.64 ×10–10; Ksp(AgBr) = 3.3 ×10–13]
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ELECTROCHEMISTRY
Q.36 For the cell : Pt/Hg(l)/Hg2Cl2(s)/Cl–(0.1M)||Cl–(0.01M)/Cl2(1 atm)/Pt
Ecell is equal to 1.16V. What will be the value of E°cell?
r t s
Q.37 Given, E° = –0.276V for the Cl r ts | Pb couple and – 0.126 V for the Pb | Pb couple,
p e
p e | PbCl –

E x determine 2+

x [Given : y
2

y E 2.303RT
i s t r
r
K for PbCl at 25°C? = 0.06]
t
sp 2 F
i s product of a saturated solution of Ag CrOhinewater mat 298 K if the emf of the cell
h e m
Q.38 Find the
(satd.Ag CrO soln.) || Ag (0.1 M) | Ag is 0.164C
solubility 2 4

C Ag|Ag + + V at 298K.
2 4

Q.39 The standard potential of the following cell is 0.23 V at 15° C & 0.21 V at 35° C
Pt | H2(g) | HCl (aq) | AgCl(s) | Ag(s)
(i) Write the cell reaction.
ts r ts
(ii)

x p er
Calculate H0 ,S0 for the cell reaction by assuming that these quantities remain unchanged in
x pe
E
the range 15°C to 35°C.
(iii)
y E r y
Calculate the solubility of AgCl in water at 25°C. Given standard reduction potential of the
r t
+

s t
Ag /Ag couple is 0.80 V at 25°C.
i i s
e m
Q.40 Calculate the equilibrium constant for the reaction:
hem
h
C E for Sn/Sn =0.136 V E for Sn /Sn = – 0.156 VC
3Sn(s) + 2Cr O + 28H  3Sn + 4Cr + 14H O
0
2
2+
7
2– +
0 2+
4+
4+
3+
2

E0 for Cr2O72–/Cr3+ = 1.35 V


2.303RT
Given :
F
= 0.06
r ts ts
e
pconstant for the reaction, 2Fe + 3I  2Fe + I . Thepestandard r
x
Ein acidic conditions are 0.77 and 0.54 V respectively for FeE/ Fex and I / I
Q.41 Calculate the equilibrium 3+  2+ 

couples. st r y
reduction potentials
y
3+
3
2+  

r
3

Q.42 For m
i i t
s ] ; E = 2.73 V. If
h e the reaction, 4Al(s) + 3O (g) + 6H O + 4 OH  4 [Al(OH)
= –237.2 kJ mol e
2
m 2

4
– 
cell

C G f (OH  )
= –157 kJ mol and –1

C h
G f ( H 2 O)
, determine [Al (OH) ]. –1
G f 4

. ELECTROLYTIC CELL
Q.43 Calculate the no. of electrons lost or gained during electrolysis of
(a) 3.55 gm of Cl– ions
(b) 1 gm Cu2+ ions
r t s
(c) 2.7 gm of Al3+ ions
x pe ts
r
Q.44 How many faradays E
yAl is converted to Al.
of electricity are involved in each of the case
e r
(a) 0.25tmole
is
3+
x p
(b) m24 gm of SO is convered to SO
e The Cu in 1100 ml of 0.5 M Cu is converted to Cu. istry
2
E
h
3 3

C (c) 2+ 2+

emOne contains silver ions, and the


Q.45 0.5 mole of electron is passed through two electrolytic cells h
other zinc ions. Assume that only cathode reaction in each
How many gm of each metals will be deposited.
Ccell is the reduction of the ion to the metal.
in series.

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ELECTROCHEMISTRY
Q.46 The electrosynthesis of MnO2 is carried out from a solution of MnSO4 in H2SO4 (aq). If a current of 25
ampere is used with a current efficiency of 80%, how long would it take to produce
r ts
0.870 kg of MnO2?
r ts
eat the cathode, how much O gas is formed at theyanode pe
xunder identical
x p
Q.47 If 0.224 litre of H gas is formed
r E
y
2
E 2

i s t
stCras one unit of electricity. If cost of electricity ofhproducing
conditions?

i e m x gm Al is Rs x, what is the
ofm
Q.48 Assume 96500
coste C
h electricity of producing x gm Mg?
Q.49CChromium metal can be plated out from an acidic solution containing CrO according to following equation:
3
CrO3(aq) + 6H+ (aq) + 6e–  Cr(s) + 3H2O
Calculate :
(i)
ts
How many grams of chromium will be plated out by 24000 coulombs and
r ts
(ii)
er
How long will it take to plate out 1.5 gm of chromium by using 12.5 ampere current

x p x pe
y E r y E
t
Q.50 Calculate the quantity of electricity that would be required to reduce 12.3 g of nitrobenzene to aniline, if

i st r i s
the current efficiency for the process is 50 percent. If the potential drop across the cell is 3.0 volts, how

emmuch energy will be consumed?


h em
Q.51 h C of AgNO to coat a metal surface of
C How long a current of 2A has to be passed through a solution
80cm2 with 5m thick layer? Density of silver = 10.8g/cm3.
3

Q.52 A metal is known to form fluoride MF2. When 10A of electricity is passed through a molten salt for 330

r ts
sec., 1.98g of metal is deposited. Find the atomic weight of M. What will be the quantity of electricity
ts
e r
xp pe
required to deposit the same mass of Cu from CuSO4?

ry E E x
y
Q.53 Cadmium amalgam is prepared by electrolysis of a solution of CdCl2 using a mercury cathode. How

i st tr
long should a current of 5A be passed in order to prepare 12% CdHg amalgam on a cathode of 2gm
i s
e m
Hg (Cd=112.4)
m
Q.54 h
A solution of Ni(NO ) is electrolysed
3 2 between platinum e
C 20 mintue. What mass of Ni is deposited at the cathode? [NiC=h58.71]using a current of 5 ampere for
electrodes

Q.55 A current of 3.7A is passed for 6hrs. between Ni electrodes in 0.5L of 2M solution of Ni(NO3)2.
What will be the molarity of solution at the end of electrolysis?

r ts
Q.56
xpe
Copper sulphate solution (250 mL) was electrolysed using a platinum anode and a copper cathode. A
constant current of 2 mA was passed for 16 mintue. It was found that after electrolysis, the absorbance
ts
yE r
r pe
(concentration) of the solution was reduced to 50% of its original value. Calculate the concentration of

i s t
copper sulphate in the solution to begin with.
x
e m of a solution of HSO ¯ ions produces S O , assuming 75%rcurrent
E
y efficiency, what
h
Q.57 Electrolysis
C current should be employed to achieve a production rate of 1 mole
4 2 8
2–
t
ofiSsO per hour? 2–

em
2 8

h
Cof the process.
Q.58 A current of 3 amp was passed for 2 hour through a solution of
as Cu at cathode. Calculate percentage current efficiency
2+
CuSO ,3 g of Cu ions were deposited
4

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ELECTROCHEMISTRY
Q.59 Dal lake has water 8.2 ×1012
litre approximately. A power reactor produces electricity at the rate of
1.5×106coulomb per second at an appropriate voltage.How many years would it take to electrolyse the
r ts
lake?
r t s
e CONDUCTANCE x pe
x p r yE
r
Q.60 The resistancetof
E iss
ayconductivity cell filled with 0.01N solution of NaCl i
t
s m
i conductivity of the solution. The cell constanthofethe conductivity cell is 0.88 cm .
210 ohm at18 C.Calculate o

m
the equivalent -1

h emolar conductivity of 0.1 M CH COOH solution C


Cconductivity and resistivity of the solution ?
Q.61 The 3
2 -1
is 4.6 S cm mole . What is the specific

Q.62 The conductivity of pure water in a conductivity cell with electrodes of cross sectional area 4 cm2
ts r ts
r pe
and 2 cm apart is 8 × 10-7 S cm-1.

p e
(i) What is resistance of conductivity cell ?
x
x E
y and equivalent
(ii) What current would flow through the cell under an applied potential difference of 1 volt?

Q.63 For 0.01N t r yE i s tr


i s KCl, the resistivity 709.22 ohm cm. Calculate the conductivity
m
m
conductance.
e he
Q.64 h Cfound to be 50W. If the electrodes in the
C cell
The resistance of 0.5 M solution of an electrolyte in a cell was
2
are 2.2 cm apart and have an area of 4.4 cm then, calculate the molar conductivity
(in Sm2 mol–1) of the solution.

r ts
Q.65 A solution containing 2.08 g of anhydrous barium chloride is 400cm3 of water has a conductivity
ts
e r
xp pe
0.0058 ohm–1cm–1. What are molar and equivalent conductivities of this solution.

ry E E x
st electroytes yCalculate
APPLICATION OF KOHLRAUSCH'S LAW

i
Q.66 For the strong
tr
NaOH, NaCl and BaCl the molar ionic conductivities
2

i s
at infinite dilution
m –4 –4

e of Ba(OH) at infinite dilution.


are 248.1×10 -4
, 126.5 ×10 and 280.0 ×10 mho cm mol respectively.
m
2 –1 the molar

C hconductivity 2
h e
Q.67 Equivalent conductance of 0.01 N Na SO solution C
2 is 117 ohm cm eq . The equivalent
4
–1 2 –1
–1 2 –1
conductance at infinite dilution is 130 ohm cm eq . What is the degree of dissociation in 0.01 N
Na2SO4 solution?

Q.68
r ts
The value of m for HCl, NaCl and CH3CO2Na are 426.1, 126.5 and 91 S cm2 mol–1 respectively..

x pe
Calculate the value of m for acetic acid. If the equivalent conductivity of the given acetic acid is 48.15
t s
E
at 25° C, calculate its degree of dissociation.

r y of a saturated solution of AgBr is 8.486×10 ohm cm at 25peC. Specificr


t
is of pure water at 25°C is 0.75 ×10 ohm cm .  for KBryE, AgNO
Q.69 Specific conductance
x and KNO
–7 –1 –1 0

h e m
conductance –6

t r–1 –1 

C 2 –1
i s
are 137.4 , 133 , 131 ( S cm mol ) respectively. Calculate the solubility
m
of AgBr in gm/litre.
3 3

h emof 1.12×10 ohm cm . The


C Calculate the solubility product
Q.70 Saturated solution of AgCl at 25°C has specific conductance –6 –1 –1

 Ag and  Cl are 54.3 and 65.5 ohm cm / equi. respectively.



+

– –1 2

of AgCl at 25°C.
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ELECTROCHEMISTRY
Q.71 Hydrofluoric acid is weak acid. At 25°C, the molar conductivity of 0.002M HF is

r ts
s pe
176.2 ohm–1 cm2 mole–1. If its m = 405.2 ohm–1 cm2 mole–1, calculate its degree of dissociation

e r t
and equilibrium constant at the given concentration.
x
p
x of 0.10 N solution of MgCl is 90 mho cm equi r E
yat 25°C. a cell with
E
y1.5 cm in surface area and 0.5 cm apart is filled
Q.72 The equivalent conductance
r
2
i t
s 0.1 N MgCl solution.
2 –1

How muchis t
electrode that are 2

e m with 2

e m C hwas placed in a conductivity cell with


current will flow when potential difference between the electrodes is 5 volt.

h electrodes, the resistance was found to be 150 ohm. Area of electrodes is


Cparallel
Q.73 When a solution of specific conductance 1.2 ohm –1
metre –1

2 ×10–4 m2. Calculate separation of electrodes.

ts r ts
x p er x pe
E
stryE
i s try
mi em
e h
Ch C

r ts ts
e r
E xp x pe
ry yE
i st i s tr
em m
Ch Ch
e

r ts
xpe ts
yE r
is tr x pe
em ryE
C h i s t
hem
C
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EXERCISE-2
r ts
Single correct
e r t s x pe
Q.1
p E
The potential of hydrogen electrode in contact with a solution whose pH is 6, pressure of H2 is 1 bar will
x)  0.06 ] r y
be -[Given :
r yF E
RT ( 2.303
i s t
(A) 0.36 Vis
t e m
m (B) 0.72V
ehalf cell reaction : Ag (aq) + 1e
(C) 0.3V
C h (D) 0.21V

Q.2 h
CWhich of the following line represent variation of reduction potential with concentration of Ag ?
For + –
Ag(s) 
+

ts
1

r ts
r pe
Ered 2

p e x
x
E (B) 2
3
E
yand (C) both
r y log[Ag ] +

s tr
(A) 1
i st (C) 3
mi
(D) (A)

e m h e
ChGiven : E C
Q.3 Which of the following reaction is spontaneous?
 
= 1.51 V,, E = – 2.87 V F / F2
MnO 4 / Mn 2 

E Au 3 / Au = 1.5 V,, E Ag / Ag = – 0.8 V

r ts t s
e
pl F (aq) + Mn (aq)
E oI2 / I ¯  0.535 V
e r
E x x p
y

(A) MnO (aq) + F (aq) – 2+

(B) MnO (aq) r


st+ Au(s) l Au (aq) + Ag (s)
4
– –
+ I (aq) l I (aq) + Mn (aq)
2
2+

r y E
i 4

mare spontaneous
(C) Ag (aq)+
2
3+
i s t
h e
(D) All
e m
C One gm metal M was discharged by the passage of 1.81 C
Q.4 +2 h 22
× 10 electrons. What is the atomic weight
of metal?
(A) 33.35 (B) 133.4 (C) 66.7 (D) 55

Q.5
t s
One mole of electron passes through each of the solution of AgNO3, CuSO4 and AlCl3 then Ag, Cu and
r
pe
Al are deposited at cathode. The molar ratio of Ag, Cu and Al deposited are
(A) 1 : 1 : 1
E x (B) 6 : 3 : 2 (C) 6 : 3 : 1 (D) 1 : 3 : 6
r t s
t r yweight = 7), B (atomic weight =27) and C (atomic weight = 48) werepelectrolysed
e
Q.6
s conditions using the same quantity of electricity. It was found thatEwhen
Salts of A (atomic
i x 2.1 g of A was
h m
under identical
e tr
deposited, the weights of B and C deposited were 2.7 and 7.2 g. The valenciesy of A, B and C
C (A) 3, 1 and 2 (B) 1, 3 and 2 (C) 3, 1 and 3 emis(D) 2, 3 and 2
respectively are

Q.7 –3 Chneeded to plate an area 10 cm × 10 cm to


The density of Cu is 8.94 g cm . The quantity of electricity
a thickness of 10–2 cm using CuSO4 solution would be
(A) 13586 C (B) 27172 C (C) 40758 C (D) 20348 C Page # 9
ELECTROCHEMISTRY
Q.8 During electrolysis of an aqueous solution of sodium sulphate, 2.4 L of oxygen at STP was liberated at
anode. The volume of hydrogen at STP, liberated at cathode would be
r ts
(A) 1.2 L (B) 2.4 L
r ts (C) 2.6 L (D) 4.8 L
pe
e solution of CuSO using copper electrodes, if 2.5ygEofxCu is deposited
Q.9
at cathode, then at anodex
p
During electrolysis of an aqueous
E tr
4

(A) 890 ml of Clry (B) 445 ml of O at STPiissliberated


i t is deposited
scopper
at STP is liberated
2

e
2
m
helectrodes. The products at the cathode
(C) 2.5 g of (D) a decrease of 2.5 g of mass takes place
e m
h anode are respectively. C
Cand
Q.10 A solution of sodium sulphate in water is electrolysed using inert

(A) H2, O2 (B) O2, H2 (C) O2, Na (D) none

Q.11
ts
A standard hydrogen electrode has zero electrode potential because
r ts
(A) hydrogen is easier to oxidise

x p er x pe
(B) this electrode potential is assumed to be zero

y E
(C) hydrogen atom has only one electron
r y E
s t r
(D) hydrogen is the lighest element.
i s t
Q.12 If them
i e m
e h
pressure of H gas is increased from 1 atm to 100 atm keeping +
H concentration constant at 1 M,

Chthe(A)change Cwill be (D) 0.118 V


2
in reduction potential of hydrogen half cell at 25°C
0.059 V (B) 0.59 V (C) 0.0295 V

Q.13 For the cell

r ts
Pt | H2(0.4 atm) | H+(pH=1) || H+(pH = 2) | H2 (0.1 atm) | Pt
ts
e r
xp
The measured potential at 25°C is
(A) –0.1 V

yE
(B) –0.5 (C) –0.041
x
(D) none
pe
r E
y kJ/mol
t reaction 2H (g) + O (g)  2H O(l) ;  H (H O, l) t=r–285.5
scell
i
o
Q.14 For the fuel

e mis S for the given fuel cell reaction?


2 2 2
i s f 298 2

hWhat o
e m
C Given: Ch V (D) – 0.322 kJ/K
298
O (g) + 4H (aq) + 4e  2H O(l)
2
+ –
2 E° = 1.23
(A) – 0.322 J/K (B) – 0.635 kJ/K (C) 3.51 kJ/K

Q.15 The standard reduction potentials of Cu2+/ Cu and Cu2+ / Cu+ are 0.337 and 0.153 V respectively. The

r ts
standard electrode potential of Cu+ / Cu half cell is

pe of an electrolyte in a cell was found to be 50 . If the electrodestsin the


(A) 0.184 V (B) 0.827 V (C) 0.521 V (D) 0.490 V

Q.16 The resistance of 0.5 Mx

r y Eapart and have an area of 4.4 cm then the molar conductivity


solution
e r
t p
cell are 2.2 cm 2

i2
(in S m mols –1
) of the solution is x
Eof these
h e m
(A) 0.2 (B) 0.02 (C) 0.002
r y
(D) None
t
C dilution is 200 Scm equivalent Hence pH of HA solution is em
Q.17 Equivalent conductance of 0.1 M HA(weak acid) solution is 10 Scm i s 2
equivalent –1
and that at infinite

Ch (D) 3.7
2 –1

(A) 1.3 (B) 1.7 (C) 2.3

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ELECTROCHEMISTRY
Q.18 –1
The electrical resistance of a column of 0.07 mol L NaOH solution of diameter 1 cm and length 55 cm
 22 
r ts
e r ts
is 5 × 103 ohm. What will be its molar conductivity.    
 7 
x pe
2
(A) 50 S cm mol –1
p 2
(B) 100 S cm mol
x
–1
E
(C) 150 S cm2 mol–1 (D) 200 S cm2 mol–1
r y conductivities of
ofE
Q.19 If the conductivityy
r i s t
t
–5
0.001 M propionic acid is 3.83 × 10 S-cm and limiting molar–1

i
HCl, KCl and m then acid dissociation
s potassium propionate are 426, 126, 83 S cm molherespectively 2 –1

h e m
constant of propionic acid is -
C10 (D) 10
C (A) 10 –6 (B) 1.11 × 10 –5
(C) 1.11 × –4 –3

Q.20 If x is specific resistance of the electrolyte solution and y is the molarity of the solution, then ^m is given

ts
by [x is in ohm cm–1 & m in –1 cm2 mol–1]
r ts
1000 x
xp
er y 1000 xy
x pe
(A) (B) 1000 (C) (D)
E
E try
y x xy 1000
r y is is at infinite dilution is
st constant of n-butyric acid is 1.6 × 10 and the molarsolution
380 × 10i Sm mol . The specific conductance of the 0.01 M acidm
Q.21 The dissociation –5
conductivity

e m –4 2 –1

(B) 1.52 × 10hSm


e
Ch(C) 1.52 × 10 Sm (D) None C
(A) 1.52 × 10 Sm –5 –1 –2 –1
–3 –1

Q.22 The conductivity of a saturated solution of Ag3PO4 is 9 × 10–6 S m–1 and its equivalent conductivity is
1.50 × 10–4 S m2 equivalent–1. The Ksp of Ag3PO4 is
(A) 4.32 × 10–18
r ts
(B) 1.8 ×10–9 (C) 8.64 × 10–13 (D) None of these
t s
inp
Q.23 A saturated solution x
e r
e of
y Eand limiting molar conductivity of Ag and A¯ are 60EScmx mol and
–14
AgA (K = 3×10 ) and AgB (K = 1×10 ) has conductivity
sp p
sp
–14

375 × 10
80 Scm i
r
st respectively then what will be the limiting molar conductivity
Scm–10 –1

t y(in Scm mol )


ofrB¯
+ 2 –1

e m
2
mol –1

i s270 2 –1

h
(A) 150 (B) 180 (C) 190
e m (D)

C The solubility of AB if = 50  cm mole , C= h70  cm mole and the measured


Q.24 oA  –1 2 –1
oB ¯ –1 2 –1

resistance was 33.5 in a cell with cell constant of 0.2 cm–1 is :


(A) 59.7 millimoles /L (B) 49.7 millimoles /L
(C) 39.7millimoles /L (D) 29.7 millimoles /L

r ts
Q.25
xpe
Equal volumes of 0.015 M CH3COOH & 0.015 M NaOH are mixed together. What would be molar
ts
E
conductivity of mixture if conductivity of CH3COONa is 6.3 ×10–4 S cm–1
y r
t
(A) 8.4 S cm2 mol–1
is r (B) 84 S cm2 mol–1
x pe
e m
(C) 4.2 S cm2 mol–1 (D) 42 S cm2 mol–1
ry E
Q.26 h MtX and 1 M Z at 25°C. If the
A gas Y at 1 atm is bubbled through a solution containing a mixture of i1s
C reduction potential of Z > Y > X, then emZ and X
(A) Y will oxidise X and not Z
(C) Y will oxidise both X and Z
h
Creduce both X and Z.
(B) Y will oxidise
(D) Y will

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ELECTROCHEMISTRY
Q.27 + – + –
For the electrochemical cell, M | M || X | X, E° (M /M) = 0.44 V and E° (X/X ) = 0.33V. From this
data , one can deduce that
r ts
er ts
(A) M + X  M+ + X– is the spontaneous reaction
x pe
p
(B) M+ + X–  M + X is the spontaneous reaction
E
x try
(C) Ecell= 0.77 V
E s
try i
(D) Ecell= –0.77 V

i s titration, the conductance is measured athdifferent


e mstages on adding some volume
h
of the m
Q.28 In the conductometric
e Cpoint. Which of the following plots will
standard solution and then a graph is plotted to get end
C obtained for a conductometric titration of HCl against NH OH? 4
Conductance

Conductance
ts r ts
(A)

x p er (B)
x pe
E
E try
Volume of NH4OH solution Volume of NH4OH solution

ry s
i st i
m em
Conductance

Conductance

e h
Ch(C) (D) C
Volume of NH4OH solution Volume of NH4OH solution

Q.29
r ts
The correct order of equivalent conductance at infinite dilution of LiCl, NaCl and KCl is
ts
e r
xp pe
(A) LiCl > NaCl > KCl (B) KCl > NaCl > LiCl

r y E
(C) NaCl > KCl > LiCl
x
(D) LiCl > KCl > NaCl

E
i s t of KNO is used to make salt bridge because
Q.30 Saturated solution
try
e m of K is greater than that of NO
3

i s
m
+ 
(A) velocity

C h h e 3

C
 +
(B) velocity of NO is greater than3that of K
+ 
(C) velocities of both K and NO are nearly the same 3
(D) KNO3 is highly soluble in water

Q.31
r ts
Standard electrode potential data are useful for understanding the suitablilty of an oxidant in a redox

p e
titration. Some half cell reactions and their standard potentials are given below:

E x 
r ts
y(aq) + 14 H (aq) + 6e  2Cr (aq) +7H O (l); E° = 1.38 V pe
MnO (aq) + 8H (aq) + 5e  Mn (aq) + 4H O (l); E° = 1.51 V
+ – 2+

r
4 2

CrsO
i t 2 + –
x 3+

m
2 7

e Cl (g) + 2e  2Cl (aq); E° = 1.40 V r y E 2


Fe (aq) + e  Fe (aq); E° = 0.77 V
t
3+ – 2+

h
C Identify the only incorrect statement regarding quantitative estimation
– –
i saqueous Fe(NO )
em
2
of
(B) Cr O h
3 2

C
 2
(A) MnO can be used in aqueous HCl
4 can be used in aqueous HCl 2 7

(C) MnO 4 can be used in aqueous H2SO4 (D) Cr2 O 72 can be used in aqueous H2SO4
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ELECTROCHEMISTRY
More than one may be correct :
Q.32 Which of the following arrangement will produce oxygen at anode during electrolysis ?
r ts
er ts
(A) Dilute H2SO4 solution with Cu electrodes.
x pe
p
(B) Dilute H2SO4 solution with inert electrodes.
E
E x
(C) Fused NaOH with inert electrodes.
s try
i s try
(D) Dilute NaCl solution with inert electrodes.

emi
e m Ch
C(A)h Molar conductance ( ) is intensive quantity.
Q.33 Identify the correct statement :
m
(B) During discharging of lead storage battery density of electrolyte solution decrease.
(C) Cell constant values of a cell are independent of electrolyte used.

ts r ts
r pe
(D) Fresh water corrodes much faster than sea water.

p e x
x E
E try
Q.34 Following data is obtained for aqueous solution of NaCl at 25°C

ry s
i st conc.(M) 0.25 1.00
mi
em 0.015 he
h C
–1 2 –1
(ohm m mol ) 0.016
C
m

Identify the correct statement(s) regarding the solution at 25°C :



(A) The value of  m is 0.017 ohm–1 m2 mol–1.

r ts
(B) The value of  m for 0.16 M - NaCl solution is 0.0162 ohm–1 m2 mol–1.
ts
e r
xp pe
(C) The conductivity of 0.04 M - NaCl solution is 0.664 ohm–1 m–1, when the conductivity of water is
E x
neglected.
ry E
y430, 120 & 90 S cm
stmolar conductance of HCl, NaCl and CH COONa is given r
(D) Conductivity of NaCl solution increases on dilution.

m i
Q.35 The limiting 0m
i s t by 2

h e em
3

C h
–1
mol respectively. If conductance of a 0.1 M solution of CH COOH –3
is 4 ×10 S in a conducting cell
3

1 –1
C
of cell constant cm then identify the correct statement(s).
10
(A) Specific conductance of 0.1 M CH3COOH solution is 4 ×10–4 S cm–1

r ts
(B) pH of 0.1 M CH3COOH solution is 3.

pe
(C) Degree of dissociation of CH3COOH 1%.
(D) Specific conductance of 0.2 M solution of CH3COOH will be less than 3 × 10–4 S cm–1

E x r ts
t r
Q.36 Choose the correctyvalues of conductivity cells are independent of the solution filled into thepcell.
statement(s). e
is law is valid for strong electrolyte but not for weak electrolyte yEx
(A) Cell constant
m
h e
(B) Kohlrausch
i s tr
C dilution. e m
(C) In general conductivity decreases on dilution whereas equivalent and molar conductivity increase on

C
(D) Salt bridge is employed to maintain the electrical neutralityhand to minimize the liquid - liquid junction
potential.
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ELECTROCHEMISTRY

s
Q.37 If 270.0 g of water is electrolysed during an experiment performed by miss Abhilasha with 75% current

r t
s pe
efficiency then

er t
(A) 168 L of O2 (g) will be evolved at anode at 1 atm & 273 K
x
p E
x try
(B) Total 504 L gases will be produced at 1 atm & 273 K.
E s
try i
(C) 336 L of H2 (g) will be evolved at anode at 1 atm & 273 K

i s
(D) 45 F electricity will be consumed
e m
h of standard reduction potentials
m
Q.38 Pickeout the correct statements among the following from C
h standard state conditions). inspection
C(Assume
Cl (aq.) + 2e  2Cl (aq.) – E o
= + 1.36 volt
2 Cl 2 / Cl 

Br2 (aq.) + 2e  2Br–(aq.)


ts
E oBr
2 / Br
 = + 1.09 volt
r ts
I2(s) + 2e
x
 2I– (aq.)
p er E oI
2/I
 = + 0.54 volt
x pe
y E from solution
S2 O82 (aq.) + 2e  2SO 24 (aq.) E o
= + 2.00 volt
r yE
s tr i s t
S2O82  / SO 24

m i
(A) Cl can oxidise
2 SO 24

e m
e
– –

h
(B) Cl can oxidise Br and I from aqueous solution

Ch(C) S O can oxidise Cl , Br and I from their aqueous solutions


2
2
2
8
– – –
C
(D) S2O82– is added slowly, Br– can be reduce in presence of Cl–

Q.39 The EMF of the following cell is 0.22 volt.

r ts
Ag(s) | AgCl(s) | KCl (1M) | H+(1M) | H2(g) (1atm) ; Pt(s).
ts
e r
xp pe
Which of the following will decrease the EMF of cell.

r y E
(A) increasing pressure of H2(g) from 1 atm to 2 atm
(B) increasing Cl– concentration in Anodic compartment
E x
i st
(C) increasing H+ concentration in cathodic compartment
t r y
m
(D) decreasing KCl concentration in Anodic compartment.
e i s
h e m
C
Assertion & Reasoning type questions
Cforhlong period of time.
Q.40 Statement -1 : The voltage of mercury cell remains constant
Statement -2 : It is because net cell reaction does not involve active species.
(A) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is true and statement-2 is correct explanation for statement-1.
(B) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is true and statement-2 is NOT the correct explanation for statement-1.

r ts
(C) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is false.

x pe
(D) Statement-1 is false, statement-2 is true.
t sso
r E
y power of ions is C > A > B . e r
t p
Q.41 Statement -1 : The SRP of three metallic ions A +
,B , C 2+
are –0.3, 3+
–0.5, 0.8 volt respectively,

m is-2 : Higher the SRP, higher the oxidising power.


oxidising 3+ + 2+

E x
yfor statement-1.
h eStatement-1 is true, statement-2 is true and statement-2 is correct explanation
Statement
(A)
i t r
s explanation for statement-1.
C (B) m
Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is true and statement-2 is NOT the correct
e
(C) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is false.
(D) Statement-1 is false, statement-2 is true. C h
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ELECTROCHEMISTRY
Q.42 Statement -1 : We can add the electrode potential in order to get electrode potential of net reaction.
Statement -2 : Electrode potential is an intensive property.
r ts
er ts pe
(A) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is true and statement-2 is correct explanation for statement-1.
x
p E
(B) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is true and statement-2 is NOT the correct explanation for statement-1.

E x
(C) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is false.
s try
i s try
(D) Statement-1 is false, statement-2 is true.

e mi
e m
Comprehension :
Paragraph for Question Nos.C
h
CAhsample of water from a large swimming pool has a resistance of 10000  at 25°C when placed in a
43 to 45

certain conductance cell. When filled with 0.02 M KCl solution, the cell has a resistance of 100  at
25°C. 585 gm of NaCl were dissolved in the pool, which was throughly stirred. A sample of this solution

s
gave a resistance of 8000 . [Given : Molar conductance of NaCl at that concentration is 125 –1 cm2
t r ts
r pe
mol–1 and molar conductivity of KCl at 0.02 M is 200 –1 cm2 mol–1.]
p e x
x
Q.43 Cell constant (in cm–1) of conductance cell is:
E
y E try
(A) 4 (B) 0.4 (C) 4 ×10–2 (D) 4 ×10–5

i s r
Q.44 Conductivityt(Scm ) of H O is:
–1
i s
m em(D) None of these
2

e h
(A) 4 × 10 –2 (B) 4 × 10 –3 (C) 4 × 10–5
Q.45 h C
C Volume (in Litres) of water in the pool is:
(A) 1.25 × 105 (B) 1250 (C) 12500 (D) None of these

r ts ts
Match the column :
e r
E xp x pe
Q.51
r y
Column I Column II
y E
st solution of HCl r
(Electrolysis product using inert electrode)
(A) i
Dilute
mDilute solution of NaCl
(P)
i t
sat cathode
O2 evolved at anode
e em
Ch(C) Concentrated solution of NaCl
(B) (Q) H evolved
(R) hCl evolved at anode
2

(D) AgNO3 solution


C
(S)
2
Ag deposition at cathode

Q.53 Column-I
r ts Column-II

(A) Molar conductance (p)e


E x m (P) intensive property
r ts
(B)
G
t r y (Q) extensive property
pe
m is (K) of cell
nF

y E x
h e
(C) Conductivity
tr
(R) increases with dilution
(S) temperatures
i concentration
C (D) G° cell

e m
dependent

C h
(T) increases with

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ELECTROCHEMISTRY
Q.52 List-I List-II
(Solutions mixed) (Conductance vs Volume of
r ts
e r ts solution added curve)
x pe
x p r yE
E t

Conductance
r y solution is added to a solution
WhentNaOH i s
(A)
i s h e
(P)
m
em C
Ch containing equimolar mixture of HCl + CH COOH
Volume

Conductance
ts r ts
(B)
er
BaCl2 solution is added to Na2SO4 solution

x p
(Q)
x pe
E
E try
Volume

ry s
i st mi

Conductance
e m h e
Ch(C) NaHCO solution is added to HCl solution
3 C (R)
Volume

r t s s
Conductance

t
is p
CaCl solutionx
e er
(D)
y
2
E added to NaOH solution (S)
x p
r
st Ca(OH) is completely insoluble in water) ryE
i t
Volume

e m
(Assume
i s
m
2

h e
C Ch

r ts
xpe ts
yE r
is tr x pe
em ryE
C h i s t
hem
C
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ELECTROCHEMISTRY

ANSWER KEY
r ts
e r t s EXERCISE-1
x pe
Q.2p 1.35 V E
x try
Q.1 1.61 V Q.3 No

r y E i s
Q.4
i s t
0.53 V, undergo disproportionation Q.5
em – 0.04 V

Q.6 Vm
0.1 e
h Q.7 0.522 V, 0.613 V ChK = 4.68 × 10
Q.8 12

CK = 7.94 × 10 Q.10 E = 0.7835 V


c

Q.9 25 0 Q.11 10–2


c

Q.12 E =1.159V
ts
Q.13
r t
Kc = 1.0 × 10106, G0 = – 613.74 kJ
s
Q.15erNo, E = 0.078V Q.16 [Cu ] = 4.68 × 10 M pe
Q.14 n = 2
x p cell

E x 2+ 12

ryE Q.18 0.05 M t r y


Q.17 0.62 V

i s t Q.19 4
i s
Q.20 K =m Q.22 Ee=m
e h
3.2 × 10 3
Q.21 1.414V 0.81 V

Ch0.0295 V
a

Q.23 Q.24 E = 0.059 / V C E = 0.402V


Q.25

Q.26 pH = 4 Q.27 – 0.42 V Q.28 E0 = 0.23 V

r ts ts
pe 0.3 Volt r
Q.29 (ii). 1.27 V, (iii) 245.1 kJ Q.30 [Br ] : [Cl] = 1 : 200

E0 = 0.19V
yE xQ.32 10–15 x pe
E
Q.31 Q.33

i r
st Q.35 try
m
Q.34 – 0.74 Volt
e
– 0.036V Q.36 1.1V
i s
Q.37 h e m
C 10 M Ch
–5 3 Q.38 Ksp = 2.287 × 1012

Q.39 H0 = – 49987 Jmol–1 , S0 = – 96.5 J mol–1 K–1 , s = 1.47 ×10–5 M

Q.40 K = 10268 Q.41 KC = 6.26 × 107 Q.42 –1.30 ×103 kJ mol–1

r ts
Q.43
p e
(a) 6.02 × 1022 electrons lost, (b) 1.89 × 1022 electrons gained, (c) (b) 1.80 × 1023 electrons gained

E x r ts
tr y
Q.44 (a) 0.75 F, (b) 0.6F, (c)1.1 F Q.45 (i) 54 gm, (ii) 16.35 gm
pe
i s E x
e m
Q.46 96500 sec Q.47 0.112 litre Q.48 Rs. 0.75 x

tr y kJ
Q.49 h i s
C (i) 2.1554 gm ; (ii) 1336. 15 sec Q.50 115800C, 347.4
et =m93.65 sec.
Q.51 t = 193 sec Q.52 A=115.8, Q=6018C
C h
Q.53

Q.54 1.825 g Q.55 2M Q.56 7.95 × 10–5M


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ELECTROCHEMISTRY
Q.57 71.5 Amp Q.58 42.2 % Q.59 1.9 million year

r ts
Q.60 419 S cm2 equivalent –1
r ts
e× 10 amp pe
Q.61 0.00046 S cm-1 ; 2174 ohm cm
x
x p
Q.62 (i) 6.25 × 10 ohm, (ii) 1.6
r yE
E t
5 -6

r y m , 0.141 mho m
Q.63 0.0141 mho gtequiv Q.64 0.002 i
s
i s –1 2

e
–1
m
e m Mho cm mol , (ii) 116 Mho cm equivalent Ch
C h
Q.65 (i) 232

–4
2 –1

2 –1
2 –1

Q.66 523.2 ×10 mho cm mol Q.67 0.9

Q.68 (i) 390.6 S cm2 mol–1 (ii) 12.32%


ts
Q.69 1.33 ×10–4 gm/litre
r ts
er Q.71  = 0.435 , k = 6.7×10pe
x p
Q.70 8.74 × 10–11 mole2 /litre2
E x –4

Q.72 0.135 ampere yE


r tr y
t s
–2
Q.73 3.6 ×10 metre

i s i
h e m h em
C
EXERCISE-2
C
Q.1 A Q.2 A Q.3 B Q.4 C Q.5 B

Q.6 B
r ts Q.7 B Q.8 D Q.9 D Q.10 A
s
Q.12 Ape rCt
Q.11 B
E
y C
x Q.13 C Q.14 D
xQ.20 pe
Q.15

tr ryE
is Q.22 A
Q.16 C Q.17 Q.18 D Q.19 B C

Q.21 B m i s t
h e Q.23 D
m
Q.24 B
e
Q.25 B

CA
Q.26 Q.27 B Q.28 C
C hQ.29 B Q.30 C

Q.31 A Q.32 BCD Q.33 ABC Q.34 ABC Q.35 ABC

Q.36 ACD Q.37 AB


r ts Q.38 BC Q.39 AD Q.40 A

Dp e
Q.41 A
x
Q.42
EQ, R, (D) P,S
Q.43 B Q.44 C Q.45

r ts A

t r y
Q.46 (A) P, Q (B) P, Q (C)
pe
i s E x
e m
Q.47 (A) PRS
h
(B) PS (C) PST (D)QS
try
C i s
Q.48 (A) P (B) Q (C) R (D) S
hem
C
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