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Full CHEM2041 Study Notes

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Electromagnetism Chemistry Electrochemistry Half-reaction Cell notation Redox Half-cell Electrolysis Electrolytic cell Standard electrode potential Daniell cell Reducing agent
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Electromagnetism Chemistry Electrochemistry Half-reaction Cell notation Redox Half-cell Electrolysis Electrolytic cell Standard electrode potential Daniell cell Reducing agent
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+ HO ________________ Redox Terminology OXIDATION O the oxidising agent takes up electrons O the species that is oxidised loses electrons - Oxidation number increases REDUCTION O the reducing agent gives away electrons O the species that is reduced gains electrons - Oxidation number decreases Zn + 2* -> Zn2+ + H. H* gains electrons H* is the oxidising agent The oxidation number of H* decreases from +1 to O Zn loses electronS Zn is the reducing agent The oxidation number of Zn increases from O to +2 __________...
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