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By John O’M. Bockris, Ronald A. Fredlein (auth.)

In this publication, the target has been to set down a few questions, principally numerical difficulties, to assist the scholar of electrochemical technology. No selection of difficulties in electrochemistry has formerly been released. The problem which faces the authors of this kind of e-book is the breadth of the cloth in smooth electrochemistry, and the variety of backgrounds and wishes of people that might discover a "problems ebook" in electrochemistry to be of use. the final purpose for Chapters 2-11 has been to offer the 1st ten questions at a degree that are handled through scholars who're present process guideline within the technology of electrochemistry, yet haven't but reached graduate ordinary in it. The final questions in Chapters 2-11 were selected at a extra complex general, corre­ sponding to that anticipated of somebody with wisdom on the point of a Ph.D. measure in electrochemistry.

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R;-, Calculate Walden's product for a univalent ion of radius 3 A at 25° C for water. At infinite dilution, what would be the equivalent conductivity of the ion in methanol? 46 X 10-3 P. J f6l Calculate the concentration gradient established at an electrode ~ solution interface when a univalent ion migrates toward the electrode in a solution of concentration 1 M at 25°C. The field in the diffusion layer to which the ion is subject is 105 V cm-l • Gl The potassium chloride salt bridge is often used to minimize liquid-liquid junction potentials.

1) where r is the radius of the ion and 1] the viscosity of the solvent. 1) where D is the diffusion coefficient. 9 X 10-2 cm 36 CHAPTER 4: ION TRANSPORT IN SOLUTIONS The concentration of chloride ions C at any time t and distance from the electrode x is given by the solution of Fick's second law. 4) -JID must be satisfied. 2) implies that, before the current step is switched on, the concentration of chloride ions is uniform and everywhere equal to that in the bulk of the solution, Co. 4) is that the flux J of chloride ions at the electrode is described by Fick's first law.

R7l (a) The equivalent conductance of HCI in methanol-water ~ mixtures plotted against the mole per cent methanol gives a minimum at a certain concentration of methanol. Why? (b) Why is anomalous proton mobility most pronounced in water? (c) Give examples of amphiprotic solvents. (d) Define proton free energy levels. (e) Explain with examples: "primary solvent effect on acid strength. " r;l From classical mechanics, show that the frequency of free ~ rotation of a water molecule is about 1013 sec-I.

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