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Water in the electrolyte is decomposed only into Oxygen gas from the OH - ions that escapes as products at the anode.



Add the acid into the flask.





On the same axes plot a graph of total loss in mass against time x-axes and label them curve I, II, and III from Table I, II, and III.



Chemistry Form One Notes.



Observe eachelectrode and any changes in electrolyte.


Description: Note that the solution mixture is orange.

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Complete table 2 below using different temperatures of the tHioSulphate.
If a solution has little solute dissolved in a solvent ,it is said to be dilute.

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    Reviewed by Leanna Giancarlo, Associat Professor, University of Mary Washington on 4/30/19 Comprehensiveness rating: 3 see less. This text covers all of the major topics found in a two-semester, first year General Chemistry course and has the appropriate tables (thermodynamic quantities, equilibrium constants, etc.) as labeled appendices.
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    The sum of the energies required to break the bonds on the reactants side is 4 x 460 kJ/mol = 1840 kJ/mol. The sum of the energies released to form the bonds on the products side is 2 moles of H-H bonds = 2 x 436.4 kJ/mol = 872.8 kJ/mol; 1 moles of O=O bond = 1 x 498.7 kJ/mil = 498.7 kJ/mol
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    The sum of the energies required to break the bonds on the reactants side is 4 x 460 kJ/mol = 1840 kJ/mol. The sum of the energies released to form the bonds on the products side is 2 moles of H-H bonds = 2 x 436.4 kJ/mol = 872.8 kJ/mol; 1 moles of O=O bond = 1 x 498.7 kJ/mil = 498.7 kJ/mol
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