Electrochemistry Mcqs

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If electricity is passed through CuSO4 solution by using Pt electrode then which of the following possible change occurs?

H2 is deposited at cathode

Colour of the solution becomes fade

Cu is deposited at anode

All are possible

Stronger the oxidizing agent greater is the

Oxidation potential

Reduction potential

Redox potential

Emf of cell

Which of the following cell is not rechargeable?

Lead storage battery

Silver oxide cell

Fuel cell

Ni-Cd cell

In an electrolytic cell current flows ?

From cathode to anode in outer circuit

From anode to cathode outside the cell

From cathode to anode inside the cell

Both b & c

Which of the following is true in the case of Zn-Cu cell?

The flow of electrons takes place from copper to zinc

E0red of copper electrode is less than that of zinc electrode

Zinc acts as an anode and copper as cathode

All are correct

In a galvanic cell

Chemical energy is converted into electricity

Chemical energy is converted into heat

Electrical energy is converted into chemical energy

Electrical energy is converted into heat

The degree of dissociation of week electrolyte increases as

Pressure increases

Dilution decreases

Dilution increases


Molten NaCl conducts electricity due to the presence of

Free electrons

Free molecules

Free ions

Atoms of Na and Cl

In which of the following reactions occur at cathode?

Cu2++2e-? Cu

Cu+2e-? Cu2+

Hg + O2 ? HgO

Mg + O2 ? MgO

In electrolytic cell electricity carries

Spontaneous reaction

Non-wpontaneous reaction


All of above

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