Monthly Archives: October 2014

Electrolysis

In the lab the reaction occurring at the cathode was the production of Hydrogen gas, and the reaction at the anode was the production of oxygen gas. This can be observed as the hydrogen reaction created twice as much gas … Continue reading

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Three questions

1. What have you completed recently? Recently I have bought a bike and have rode tremendous amounts of miles and crashed it a couple times. I also did some chemistry involving voltaic cells 2. What have you learned recently? I … Continue reading

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Three questions

1. What have you completed recently? I have reffed sixteen soccer games this weekend. I also completed many it home works and a big lab. 2. What have you learned recently? I learned all about my mistakes I have made … Continue reading

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Redox

According to the data above, it is evident that not all metals share the same amount of reactivity. Some metals are reluctant to give up their electrons while others go out of there way to part ways with the negative … Continue reading

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