Week 10, Oxidation and Reducing, (Redox reactions)
Week 10, Oxidation and Reducing, (Redox reactions) CHEM 111 001
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10242015 OneNote Online Oxidation and Reduction Wednesday October 21 2015 1000 AM Tracking electrons during reactions 0 Oxidation loss of electrons LEO 0 Reduction gain of electrons GER 0 Any time a metal interacts with oxygen or hydrogen it will always be oxidized o The atoms don39t get oxidized the moleculecompound is what gets oxidized 0 Hydrogen is only 1 if it39s bonded to a metal Electron flow 0 Electricity or current involves the flow of electrons charged particles 0 Think of water flowing down a hill Flow watertime chargetime amps Slope of hill Voltage 0 Electrons flow from a more active metal to a less active metal Activity EMF series 0 Most active metals are group one metals activity increases as you go up Voltaic cells 0 Where you take a spontaneous redox reaction and you set it up to force electrons through a wire 0 Transition metals tend to be less active than group 1 or group 2 metals 0 Two types of electrodes Anode negative loses electrons Oxidation happens here 0 amp A both vowels go together Cathode positive gains electrons Reduction happens here C amp R both consents go together httpsonenoteofficeappsivecomoonenoteframeaspxFiSDE50F6024D8D962E0412ampHemuampC5810SNZSKYWACWSHIampuienUSamprs ll