redox

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    Unknown Redox reaction.

    Hey guys. I have a practical question. In my spare times i work on japanese blades as a hobby. I use natural japanese whetstones on carbon steel blades. These stones have some unique properties in the sense that they are the finest natural sharpening stones but they also have a strange...
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    balancing redox reaction

    balance redox reaction $MnO_4^- + C_2O_4^{2-} + H^+ ==== MN^{+2} +CO_2 +H_2O$ i am not able to balance the charges in the end
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    Redox Half Cell System Question Help

    The answer to this question is E C D, from top to bottom, but I don't know why. Can someone explain? http://prntscr.com/hx040h
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    Anyone can help with this REDOX?

    Under what conditions does hydrogen peroxide oxidise aqueous cobalt ions from the +2 to the +3 state according to these standard electrode potentials? [Co(NH3)6]3+(aq) + e− ⇌ [Co(NH3)6]2+(aq) Eᵒ = + 0.10 V H2O2(aq) + 2H+(aq) + 2e− ⇌ 2H2O(l)...
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    How to predict reaction rate of catalytic redox of hydrogen

    In a fuel cell hydrogen is split into protons and electrons catalytically, usually with platinum. If hydrogen fuel is flowing over the catalyst, how can I predict the number of reactions that will occur? I'm most interested in how it depends on the surface area of the contact between the...
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    Redox

    State what has been oxidised and what has been reduced in the following reactions d) IO3-(aq) + 5I-(aq) + 6H+(aq)  3I2(aq) + 3H2O(l) - iodine oxidized as it moved from -1 to 0? i think oxygen is reduced but i'm not sure e) 2CrO42-(aq) + 2H+(aq)  Cr2O72-(aq) + H2O(l) -i'm not sure for...
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    Ionize Iron powder/filing

    Hi all, I am searching for an effective way to obtain electrically charged iron powder grain. I thought that one way could be ionizing the grain with a REDOX. Is that possible? Are there references to read how such process can be performed in safety? You have in mind other ways to leave the...
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    REDOX and Iodometry help!

    (sorry no subscript/superscript!) We completed a redox titration of Iodine (formed from 1M Potassium Iodide (KI), 0.1M Potassium Iodate (KIO3) and excess Hydrochloric acid (KCl) against Sodium thiosufate (Nas2O3) It took 25.8cm3 of 0.1 M Nas2O3 to get rid of the formed Iodine. The question...
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    Redox Equation - Chlorate Ion

    Dear Colleagues, I have been attempting to balance the redox oxidation of the chlorate ion to the perchlorate ion, but I cannot balance it correctly - any help would be appreciated with both balancing the equation and the no of charges on both sides of the equation ( using H and H2O atoms )...
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    Quick Question about Redox Reaction

    Write a balanced equation for the following reaction: Hydrobromic acid is added to tin metal I know hydrogen can oxidize Tin, so a reaction will occur but my question is how do you know what tin ion will result (how many electrons Sn will give away). I know Sn(II) and Sn(IV) can both exist...
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    Balance Redox reactions

    Cr2O7^-2 + NO -> Cr^+3 +NO3^-1 identify two half reactions One of the steps i have problem is for Cr2 charge Cr2 +(-2)7 =-2 Cr2 = 12 so Cr = 6? and so how many electrons gained 12-3= 9 electrons or 6-3= 3 electrons Cr2O7^-2 -> Cr^+3 NO -> NO3^-1 Balance all elements except hydrogen and...
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    Redox Reactions

    I need help complete reactions. I do not know how to fill in the right side of the reaction. Ex. 2Mg + Osubscript 2 arrow ??????????
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    Is this redox reaction balanced correctly?

    The question says to balance this using the half reaction method but doesn't say if it is an acid or base. MnO4(1-) + I2 + H(1+) - - > MnO2 + IO3(1-) What do I do with the h? I have ever seen an h just on one side like that. Do I ignore it? Without using it I got this: 2H2O + 10MnO4(1-)...
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    redox titration question 2

    another redox question: the concentration of SO2 in a sample of wine is to be determined by titration with an aqueous solution of tri-iodide ions (I3-). Relevant half equations are: SO2+2H20 -> SO4^2- + 4H+ + 2e- and I3- + 2e- -> 3I- 50.0mL of a 0.0125 mol L-1 solution of I3- (in form of...
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    redox titration!!

    hi guys, can someone please help me with the following question? would really appreciate it. thank you!:) Tina dissolved 3.36g of steel wool in excess sulfuric acid solution, filtered the resulting iron (ii) sulfate solution and made up the filtrate to 500.0mL with distilled water. in a...
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    simple redox chemistry question

    question: I don't get it why isn't the answer just -0.68V, as it is the reverse reaction of the reduction of O2 to H2O2 which is the oxidation of H2O2 to O2 which is what the question wants?
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    How do I determine the molarity of an unknown from a redox titration?

    I titrated 10.00mL of 0.2 Molar (COOH)2 with 12.31mL of KMnO4. How would I determine the molarity of KMnO4? Balanced Net Ionic Equation (determined from half reactions) 2MnO4- + 6H+ + 5(COOH)2 ----> 10CO2 + 2Mn2+ + 8H2O Originally I tried doing it like this (below), but I don't feel too...
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    Redox reaction software without half-reactions

    Does anyone know if there's any chemical software that deals with solving redox reaction in any different way other than through half-reactions? I'm particulary interested in the method of arrow linking the atoms that change their oxidation state (as shown in the picture). Thank you.
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    Redox and Gibbs Energy Change

    Hi! I have another question about redox reactions. At 298 K, hypobromous acid (HBrO) dissociates in water with a Ka of 2.3e-09. (a) Calculate capital deltaG° for the dissociation of HBrO. (Use Ka to calculate the answer.) 1Your answer is incorrect. Your response is off by a multiple of ten...
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    Balancing Redox Equations

    Hi I have a few redox equations that I have trouble solving. Here are the redox equations (below): 1. NO2---->NO3^-3 + NO 2(H2O + NO2 ---> NO3^-3 + NO + 2H^+1) 2H + NO2 ----> NO + H2O 2. H2O2 + Cr^3+ ----> Cr2O7^2- I've written the half-equations for both, but I still don't understand...