ELECTROLYTIC CELLS, ELECTROLYSIS, ELECTROREFINING, ELECTROPLATING, ALUMINUM PRODUCTION AND CORROSION Unit 5 Notes P41-56
These notes show how Electrolytic cells are constructed, how the process of electrolysis works. They show how the Redox table can be used to predict products at the anode and cathode during electrolysis of molten compounds, and aqueous solutions with unreactive (inert) or reactive electrodes. Practical applications of electrolytic cells are explained such as electrorefining, electroplating and the production of aluminum metal from its ores. Corrosion is also explained using redox concepts. This is a very valuable resource for chemistry teachers and students of Grade 12 Chemistry or university or college chemistry courses.
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