Electrolytic cells

IB Chemistry: Electrolytic cells

Electrolysis lends itself to some good practical work. Unfortunately there is little on the syllabus for Standard Level students to do practically. Sub-topic 9.2 Electrochemical cells requires students to be able to state what happens at each electrode and to describe how current is conducted but the examples are limited to the electrolysis of a molten salt. The Additional Higher Level Material takes this further in...


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