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JEE Main 2020 (Online) 4th September Morning Slot
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-1

$$E_{C{u^{2 + }}|Cu}^0$$ = +0.34 V

$$E_{Z{n^{2 + }}|Zn}^0$$ = -0.76 V

Identify the incorrect statement from the option below for the above cell :
A
If Eext < 1.1 V, Zn dissolves at anode and Cu deposits at cathode
B
If Eext = 1.1 V, no flow of e or current occurs
C
If Eext > 1.1 V, e flows from Cu to Zn
D
If Eext > 1.1 V, Zn dissolves at Zn electrode and Cu deposits at Cu electrode
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JEE Main 2020 (Online) 3rd September Morning Slot
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-1
Let CNaCl and CBaSO4 be the conductances (in S) measured for saturated aqueous solutions of NaCl and BaSO4, respectively, at a temperature T. Which of the following is false?
A
Ionic mobilities of ions from both salts increase with T.
B
CNaCl(T2) > CNaCl(T1) for T2 > T1
C
CBaSO4(T2) > CBaSO4(T1) for T2 > T1
D
CNaCl >> CBaSO4 at a given T
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JEE Main 2020 (Online) 7th January Evening Slot
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The equation that is incorrect is :
A
$${\left( {\Lambda _m^0} \right)_{KCl}} - {\left( {\Lambda _m^0} \right)_{NaCl}} = {\left( {\Lambda _m^0} \right)_{KBr}} - {\left( {\Lambda _m^0} \right)_{NaBr}}$$
B
$${\left( {\Lambda _m^0} \right)_{NaBr}} - {\left( {\Lambda _m^0} \right)_{NaI}} = {\left( {\Lambda _m^0} \right)_{KBr}} - {\left( {\Lambda _m^0} \right)_{NaBr}}$$
C
$${\left( {\Lambda _m^0} \right)_{NaBr}} - {\left( {\Lambda _m^0} \right)_{NaCl}} = {\left( {\Lambda _m^0} \right)_{KBr}} - {\left( {\Lambda _m^0} \right)_{KCl}}$$
D
$${\left( {\Lambda _m^0} \right)_{{H_2}O}} = {\left( {\Lambda _m^0} \right)_{HCl}} + {\left( {\Lambda _m^0} \right)_{NaOH}} - {\left( {\Lambda _m^0} \right)_{NaCl}}$$
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JEE Main 2020 (Online) 7th January Morning Slot
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-1
Given that the standard potentials (Eo) of Cu2+/Cu and Cu+/Cu are 0.34 V and 0.522 V respectively, the Eo of Cu2+/Cu+ :
A
- 0.182 V
B
- 0.158 V
C
0.182 V
D
+0.158 V
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