Calculate E for the half-reaction given that Ksp for Pd(OH)2 is 3 1028 and E 0.915 V for the reaction Pd2 2e Pd(s). 13-

Lecture/Book Notes: Chapter 3 (2/1/16 and 2/3/16) CHEM 1030 Cagg Highlighted: Vocab ----- Highlighted: Formulas/Numbers These notes will cover ONLY section 3.1-3.4, since those are the ones we need to know for the test! Section 3.1 v Energy and energy changes • All forms of energy are either potential energy or kinetic energy. - Kinetic energy: results from motion o Ex: an apple that is thrown in the air ▯ ▯ o Formula: E = ▯u (▯m” is the mass, “u” is the velocity) o An apple, which has a mass of 30 g, is thrown in the air at the velocity of 10 m/s, what is the kine