6L.5 part d

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Skyllar Kuppinger 1F
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6L.5 part d

Postby Skyllar Kuppinger 1F » Thu Feb 27, 2020 10:15 pm

Why is the circled Au a solid? Shouldn't it be aqueous bc the Au on the reactant side is aqueous not solid?
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Daria Azizad 1K
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Re: 6L.5 part d

Postby Daria Azizad 1K » Thu Feb 27, 2020 11:10 pm

Au (s) is the electrode. Even though it is submerged in solution, it has not dissociated and is therefore is solid.

Connor Ho 1B
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Re: 6L.5 part d

Postby Connor Ho 1B » Fri Feb 28, 2020 2:12 am

Once Au (s) is oxidized, it becomes aqueous in solution as it loses electrons. Think of it as Au being the electrode, which starts to erode as oxidation occurs.


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