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Chemistry 116, Test 3 Study Guide

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Chemistry 116, Test 3 Study Guide CHE 116

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Key points for chapter 20. On test 3.
General Chemistry 2 Lecture
Associate Professor Mathew M. Maye
Study Guide
General Chemistry, Chemistry, 116, Electrochemistry
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Date Created: 04/20/16
Chemistry 116 Test 3 Study Guide Chapter 20 20.1: Oxidation States Oxidation-reduction reactions: chemical reactions in which the oxidation state of one or more substances change. Electrochemistry: the branch of chemistry that deals with relationships between electricity and chemical reactions. 20.2: Balancing Oxidation-Reduction Equations Half-reactions: a convenient way of separating oxidation and reduction reactions.  Balancing Equations by the Method of Half- Reactions  Balancing Equations for Reactions Occurring in Basic Solution 20.3: Voltaic Cells Voltaic or galvanic cells: devices in which electron transfer occurs via an external circuit. 20.4: Cell EMF Under Standard Conditions Electromotive force (emf): the force required to push electrons through the external circuit.  Standard Reduction (Half-Cell) Potentials 20.5: Free Energy and Redox Reactions  EMF and delta G 20.6: Cell EMF Under Nonstandard Conditions  The Nerst Equation Battery: a portable, self-contained electrochemical power source consisting of one or more voltaic cells.


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