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Problem 18.95

Fluorine (F2) is obtained by the electrolysis of liquid hydrogen fluoride (HF) containing potassium fluoride (KF). (a) Write the half-cell reactions and the overall reaction for the process. (b) What is the purpose of KF? (c) Calculate the volume of F2 (in liters) collected at 24.0C and 1.2 atm after electrolyzing the solution for 15 h at a current of 502 A

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Author: Nivaldo J. Tro
ISBN: 9780321809247

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