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question_answer1) What is the potential of S.H.E?
question_answer2) What is electrical resistance? What is its unit?
question_answer3) What is a Daniell cell?
question_answer4) What is a battery?
question_answer5) Define limiting molar conductivity.
question_answer6) What is standard electrode potential?
question_answer7) What is Faraday?
question_answer8) Define electrochemical equivalent.
question_answer9) What is Leclanche cell?
question_answer10) How does oxidation state of manganese change in the Leclanche cell?
question_answer11) Name the battery used in automobiles and inverters.
question_answer12) Write the electrode reactions taking place in a fuel cell.
question_answer13) What is barrier protection of metal?
question_answer14) State Kohlrausch law of independent migration of ions.
question_answer15) What are the products of electrolysis of aqueous NaCl solution?
question_answer16) What is conductivity (specific conductance)?
question_answer17) What is galvanic or voltaic cell?
question_answer18) Name any two metals that can be used in cathodic protection of iron.
question_answer19) Write an equation relating Λm with concentration (C) for strong electrolytes.
question_answer20) Write electrode reactions of nickel - cadmium cell.
question_answer21) What is emf of a cell?
question_answer22) What is corrosion?
question_answer23) What is conductivity cell?
question_answer24) Write electrode reactions occuring in mercury cell.
question_answer25) Suggest a method for the determination of limiting molar conductivity of weak electrolytes.
question_answer26) What is the source of H+ ion during corrosion?
question_answer27) What are the products of electrolysis of concentrated solution of sulphuric acid?
question_answer28) What is a secondary cell? Give example.
question_answer29) Write name and polarity of an electrode where oxidation takes place in galvanic cell.
question_answer30) What are fuel cells? Give example.
question_answer31) Define electrode potential.
question_answer32) What is resistivity (specific resistance)?
question_answer33) Which type of reaction occurs at anode and cathode during electrolysis?
question_answer34) What is degree of dissociation?
question_answer35) What are cathode and anode? Give their symbol.
question_answer36) Give name and formula of compound formed during rusting of iron.
question_answer37) The cell potential of mercury cell remains constant during its life time. Why?
question_answer38) How is molar conductivity related to degree of dissociation of electrolyte?
question_answer39) What are the products of electrolysis of sulphuric acid in dilute solution?
question_answer40) What is mercury cell?
question_answer41) What is the relation between free energy change and emf of a cell?
question_answer42) Define cell potential.
question_answer43) What is over potential?
question_answer44) Give example of a corrosion which is useful?
question_answer45) Which substance is used as electrode in a dry cell?
question_answer46) Define cell constant. What is its unit?
question_answer47) What is a half cell (electrode)?
question_answer48) What is electrochemical series?
question_answer49) What the products of electrolysis are of fused?
question_answer50) What do you mean by standard hydrogen electrode (S.H.E)?
question_answer51) Name the fuel cell used in Apollo space programme.
question_answer52) Write the cell reaction during electrolysis of aqueous NaCl solution.
question_answer53) What are super conductors?
question_answer54) What is a primary cell? Give example.
question_answer55) Name the battery used for low current devices like watches and hearing aids.
question_answer56) Limiting molar conductivity of an electrolyte can not be determined experimentally. Why?
question_answer57) What is conductance? What is its unit?
question_answer58) What are the demerits of a thermal power plant?
question_answer59) What is nickel - cadmium cell?
question_answer60) How is resistance related to cell constant and conductivity?
question_answer61) Name the substance used as electrolyte in a mercury cell.
question_answer62) Name the electrodes and electrolytes used in nickel - cadmium cell.
question_answer63) Write the electrode reactions that occur in dry cell.
question_answer64) How is potential of an electrode determined?
question_answer65) How can strong and weak electrolytes be distinguished?
question_answer66) How is conductivity of a solution determined?
question_answer67) What are strong electrolytes? Give example.
question_answer68) List important methods that can be used for the prevention of corrosion.
question_answer69) Lithium metal is the strongest reducing agent. Why?
question_answer70) What is electrolytic cell?
question_answer71) What are the advantages of fuel cell?
question_answer72) Differentiate between insulator, semiconductor and conductor.
question_answer73) State Faradays laws of electrolysis.
question_answer74) Zinc can reduce hydrogen ion but copper cannot. Why?
question_answer75) Mention some of the applications of electrochemical series.
question_answer76) How molar conductivity of a weak electrolyte varies with concentration of solution?
question_answer77) How molar conductivity varies with dilution of solution?
question_answer78) What are the factors on which electronic conductance depends?
question_answer79) Corrosion is an electrochemical phenomenon. Explain.
question_answer80) Mention the application of electrochemical cells.
question_answer81) What is lead storage battery?
question_answer82) What is molar conductance? Give its unit.
question_answer83) What is electrolysis?
question_answer84) What are the difficulties in measuring resistance of an ionic solution?
question_answer85) What is the role of platinum or gold as electrode?
question_answer86) On what factors conductivity of electrolytic solution depends?
question_answer87) Describe the construction and reactions of lead storage batteries.
question_answer88) How is equilibrium constant of a reaction is related to standard emf of a cell?
question_answer89) Conductivity of a solution decreases with increasing dilution of solution. Why?
question_answer90) How molar conductivity of a strong electrolyte varies with concentration of solution?
question_answer91) Explain why fluorine is the strongest oxidising agent?
question_answer92) Describe the reactions of a H2 –O2 fuel cell.
question_answer93) What is the difference between electronic and Electrolytic conductors?
question_answer94) Write Nernst equation and explain the terms involved.
question_answer95) What are weak electrolytes? Give example.
question_answer96) How is electrolysis used in purification of copper metal?
question_answer97) Electrolysis of aqueous CuCl2 solution liberates Cl2 at anode not O2. Why?
question_answer98) Hydrogen is a renewable and non - polluting source of energy. Explain.
question_answer99) Copper has positive electrode potential hence it cannot be oxidised by H+ ion then how it is oxidised by nitric acid. Or Cu does not dissolve in HCl but dissolves in HNO3. Why?
question_answer100) What is the effect of hydration of ion on the conductivity of electrolytic solution?
question_answer101) What is sacrificial protection for corrosion?
question_answer102) What is the vision of hydrogen economy?
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