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# Use tabulated electrode potentials to calculate for each

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Problem 65E

Use tabulated electrode potentials to calculate for each reaction at 25 oC.

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Gases notes  Noble gases, notrogen, oxygen, Florine, chloride, and hydrogen exist as gases at 25 Celsius o They assume the shape their container o They are the most compressible state of matter o They will mix evenly o Have a much lower density than liquids and solids  Pressure= force / area o Gases are much denser near the surface of Earth o Pressure usually measured in atmospheres(atm)  Gas laws o Boyle’s law: P= K/V  Constant temp and amount of gas o Charles’/ gay-lussac’s law  V= KT or V/T = V/T  Constant pressure and amount of gas  Volume directly related to temperature(kelvin) o Avogadro’s law  V/N = V/N  Maintains constant temperature and pressure o Ideal gas law  PV=nRt  When in atmospheres- the constant (R) is 0.082  At standard temperature and pressure the volume is 22.4 Liters  Temperature at 273 Kelvin (when switching from celcius to kelvin, add 273)  Density = mass/ volume or Molar mass/ temp o Formula-> Molar mass= dRT/ P o When solving these problems the molar mass you arrive at can be guessed by looking at the given elements and estimating the amount of moles of each  Dalton’s law of partial pressures o P a N Ra/V. And. Pb= N bT/V o

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