anonymous
  • anonymous
A two-cell electrolysis with aqueous nickel(II) sulfate and dilute calcium hydroxide solution as electrolytes is carried out. In Cell 1 with Nickel(II) Sulfate as electrolyte, Nickel are used as electrodes. In Cell 2 with dilute aqueous Calcium Hydroxide, graphite is used as electrodes. What will happen in cell 1 and Cell2?
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aaronq
  • aaronq
This is a redox reaction, so one of the electrodes will be reduced and one oxidized. Use the reduction potentials to see the direction of electron flow
anonymous
  • anonymous
Can i show the diagram?
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  • anonymous

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aaronq
  • aaronq
What do you think the direction of electron flow will be?

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