1

IIT-JEE 1996

Subjective

+3

-0

The standard reduction potential for Cu

^{2+}|Cu is +0.34 V. Calculate the reduction potential at pH = 14 for the above couple. K_{sp}of Cu(OH)_{2}is 1.0 $$\times$$ 10^{-19}2

IIT-JEE 1995

Subjective

+4

-0

An excess of liquid mercury is added to an acidified solution of 1.0 $$\times$$ 10

2Hg + 2Fe

(Given $$E_{F{e^{3 + }}|\,F{e^{2 + }}}^o$$ = 0.77 V)

^{-3}M Fe^{3+}. It is found that 5% of Fe^{3+}remains at equilibrium at 25^{o}C. Calculate $$E_{Hg_2^{2 + }|\,Hg}^o$$, assuming that only reaction that occurs is2Hg + 2Fe

^{3+}$$\to$$ $$Hg_2^{2+}$$ + 2Fe^{2+}(Given $$E_{F{e^{3 + }}|\,F{e^{2 + }}}^o$$ = 0.77 V)

3

IIT-JEE 1994

Subjective

+3

-0

The standard reduction potential of the Ag

^{+}/Ag electrode at 298 K is 0.799V. Given that for AgI, K_{sp}= 8.7 $$\times$$ 10^{-17}, evaluate the potential of the Ag^{+}/Ag electrode in a saturated solution of AgI. Also calculate the standard reduction potential of the I^{-}/ AgI/Ag electrode.4

IIT-JEE 1994

Subjective

+4

-0

The Edison storage cells is represented as

Fe(s) | FeO(s) | KOH (aq) | Ni

The half-cell reactions are:

Ni

FeO(s) + H

(i) What is the cell reaction?

(ii) What is the cell e.m.f? How does it depend on the concentration of KOH?

(iii) What is the maximum amount of electrical energy that can be obtained from one mole of Ni

Fe(s) | FeO(s) | KOH (aq) | Ni

_{2}O_{3}(s) | Ni(s)The half-cell reactions are:

Ni

_{2}O_{3}+ H_{2}O (l) + 2e^{-}$$\leftrightharpoons$$ 2NiO(s) + 2OH^{-}; E^{o}= +0.40VFeO(s) + H

_{2}O(l) + 2e^{-}$$\leftrightharpoons$$ Fe(s) + 2OH^{-}; E^{o}= -0.87V(i) What is the cell reaction?

(ii) What is the cell e.m.f? How does it depend on the concentration of KOH?

(iii) What is the maximum amount of electrical energy that can be obtained from one mole of Ni

_{2}O_{3}?Questions Asked from Electrochemistry (Subjective)

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