Calculate the standard potential, E∘, for this reaction from its △G∘ value. X(s)+Y3+(aq)⇒X3+(aq)+Y(s) △?∘=−28.0 kJ
Calculate the standard potential, , for this reaction from its value.
Answer & Explanation
Beginner2022-01-18Added 35 answers
are related as
where n is no. of electrons transferred.
Reaction at anade :
Beginner2022-01-19Added 35 answers
Step 1 The reaction given is In the above balanced reaction, 1 molecule of X (s) is being oxidised from oxidation state. Hence there are total 4 electrons required for the oxidation of X (s) from . Hence in the reaction, total 4 electrons are transferred. Step 2 The relationship between the is given by where and (since ) Hence substituting the values we get
Skilled2022-01-23Added 366 answers
Answer: 0.124 V
To calculate standard Gibbs free energy, we use the equation:
Putting values in above equation, we get:
Thus the standard potential , for this reaction is 0.124 V
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