Winter 2013 Final Q4

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Guillermo Vega 1H
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Winter 2013 Final Q4

Postby Guillermo Vega 1H » Sun Mar 19, 2017 1:39 am

I'm not really sure how the answer for n is 4? What is the process to find n in this case?

Ruiz Samantha 2C
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Re: Winter 2013 Final Q4

Postby Ruiz Samantha 2C » Sun Mar 19, 2017 2:27 am

I also have problems with this question :c

Diana_Visco_1l
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Re: Winter 2013 Final Q4

Postby Diana_Visco_1l » Sun Mar 19, 2017 12:29 pm

n = total # of e- transferred in the redox reaction.
Fe2+ goes to Fe ----- 2 e- are transferred, but there are 2 moles, so 2X2= 4.
n= 4

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Re: Winter 2013 Final Q4

Postby Diana_Visco_1l » Sun Mar 19, 2017 12:29 pm

n = total # of e- transferred in the redox reaction.
Fe2+ goes to Fe ----- 2 e- are transferred, but there are 2 moles, so 2X2= 4.
n= 4


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