Electrochemistry, rechargeable batteries & fuel cells questions

1. A lead-acid battery usually consists of six cells in series producing a total of 12.00 volts. The electrolyte is an aqueous solution of sulfuric acid. One of the electrodes is made of lead and the other of lead(IV) oxide.(a) Identify the anode (negative electrode).(b) State the half-equations for the reactions occurring at each electrode and deduce the overall equation for the reaction taking place when the battery...

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