Faraday law of electrolysis…15.131g of a non metal was deposited on the anode when a current of 1.3ampere was passed through it for 1 1/2 days.calculate the charge on the anion of the non metal (1f..96500,ram..26)

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Marvelous asked 1 year ago

Faraday law of electrolysis…15.131g of a non metal was deposited on the anode when a current of 1.3ampere was passed through it for 1 1/2 days. calculate the charge on the anion of the non metal (1f..96500,ram..26)

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StopLearn Team Staff answered 1 year ago

Hint: Faraday Law says, m = Z ×Q or m = Z I t. When one coulomb corresponds to one electrochemical equivalent mass (Z) of the substance, one equivalent(or mole) of electrons flowing per second, will correspond to 96485 Equivalents mass. … electrolyte, one equivalent mass of the electrolyte is reacted, discharged/deposited etc.
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