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OXIDATION & REDUCTION "NEVER SAY, I TRIED IT ONCE AND IT DID NOT WORK." -- ERNEST RUTHERFORD Ch.10 J.C. Rowe Windsor University School of Medicine.

of combined Oxygen  Reduction is a gain of electron  Reduction is a decrease in oxidation number Removal of OxygenGain of Electron Oxidation and reduction in terms of oxygen transfer Definitions Oxidation is gain of oxygen. Reduction is loss of oxygen. Oxidation and reduction in terms of hydrogen transfer Definitions Oxidation is loss of hydrogen. Reduction is gain of hydrogen Oxidation and reduction in terms of electron transfer Definitions Oxidation is loss of electrons. Reduction is gain of electrons/


AG Oxidation Reduction Revision. AG Definitions Oxidation is addition of loss of increase in oxygen electrons oxidation number Exam Q (Hons) ‘13/Q10(b)

AG Oxidation Reduction Revision AG Definitions Oxidation is addition of loss of increase in oxygen electrons oxidation number Exam Q (Hons) ‘13/Q10(b) ’09/Q10(b) ‘08/Q10(b) ’06/Q10(b) ’05/Q11 AG Reduction is loss of oxygen gain of electrons decrease in oxidation number AG More… An oxidising agent causes(allows) oxidation and is itself reduced. A reducing agent causes causes(allows) reduction and is itself oxidised. What/


1 REDOX REACTIONS Day 1 Review Oxidation numbers REACTIONS BatteriesBatteries.

loses oxygen. Reactions that involve the processes of oxidation and reduction are called oxidation-reduction reactions. Oxidation-reduction reactions are also known as redox reactions. Original definition 20.1 The Meaning of Oxidation and Reduction 8 > Copyright © Pearson Education, Inc., or its affiliates. All Rights Reserved. What Are Oxidation and Reduction? MODERN REDOX DEFINITION Oxidation is now defined to mean complete or partial loss of electrons Reduction is now defined to mean complete or partial/


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failure, with the stress being completely reversed within each cycle unless otherwise stated. IPC-T-50 TERMS AND DEFINITIONS Fatigue‑Strength Reduction Factor (Kf) 96.1395 The ratio of the fatigue strength of a member or specimen with no stress/ IPC-T-50 TERMS AND DEFINITIONS Flux 75.0538 A chemically‑ and physically active compound that, when heated, promotes the wetting of a base metal surface by molten solder by removing minor surface oxidation and other surface films and by protecting the surfaces from/


Chem 150 Unit 8 - Organic Molecules III Alcohols, Thiols, Ethers, Aldehydes and Ketones In this unit we continue surveying some of the families of.

be more simply stated as “The rich get richer!” Preparations of Alcohols ... More examples of hydration reactions: Reactions of Alcohols and Thiols Back in Unit 4 we developed several definitions for Oxidation- Reduction Reactions. Oxidation and Reduction (Unit 4) Ways of recognizing oxidation/reduction reactions: Oxidation and reductions always occur together Oxidation Reduction An atom loses electrons An atom gains electrons An atom gains a bond to oxygen An atom loses a bond to/


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is the gold standard for the definite assessment of steatosis, necroinflammation, and fibrosis Liver biopsy  The gold standard/reduction at which steps of the disease In the long term Changing dietary composition TG deposition in the liver Excessive influx of FFA from endogenous flat depots Increased de novo hepatic lipogenesis  Post prandial Fat Subtypes of fat (saturated, unsaturated) may be important than their total amount. Saturated fat intake plasma Glutathione (oxidized glutathione): oxidative/


Topic 19 Topic 19 Topic 19: Oxidation-Reduction Table of Contents Topic 19 Topic 19 Basic Concepts Additional Concepts.

reaction that accompanies the oxidation of sodium is the reduction of chlorine. How do oxidation and reduction differ? Oxidation-Reduction: Basic Concepts Topic 19 Topic 19 Can oxidation occur without reduction? By our definitions, oxidation and reduction are complementary processes; oxidation cannot occur unless reduction also occurs. It is important to recognize and distinguish between oxidation and reduction. How do oxidation and reduction differ? Oxidation-Reduction: Basic Concepts Topic 19 Topic/


Chemistry 120 Stoichiometry: Chemical Calculations Chemistry is concerned with the properties and the interchange of matter by reaction i.e. structure.

by reaction with carbon or air Chemistry 120 Solution Reactions: Oxidation-Reduction The modern definition is based on the changes in oxidation numbers and the actual charges or the formal charges on atoms and ions (including polyatomic ions) (In organic chemistry, oxidation is still based on reaction with oxygen and reduction in the addition of hydrogen) Chemistry 120 Solution Reactions: Oxidation-Reduction Some rules for redox reactions All elements have an/


CHAPTER 19 Electrochemistry. Oxidation Number An oxidation number is a number assigned to an atom in a molecule or ion indicating whether that atom is.

must have both an oxidation and a reduction half-cell reaction, the standard half-cell reduction potential is defined relative to the potential generated by the standard hydrogen electrode (SHE). 2 H + (aq) + 2 e -  H 2 (g)E  red = 0.00 v (by definition) H 2 (g)/Cl 2 (g) + 2 e - 2 Na + (l) + 2 e -  2 Na(l) As in galvanic cells, we can write down the half-cell oxidation and reduction reactions and the net cell reactions for an electrolytic cell. ox2 Cl - (l)  Cl 2 (g) + 2 e - red2 ( Na + (l) + e -  Na/


Oxidation of Food: What a Waste! Fruits and Vegetables oxidised when left in open air Solution: Seal in plastic wrap More radical: Add lemon juice to.

causes increased activity of cells, leading to aging skin Solution: Beauty products? People! What is a redox reaction? Redox – reduction + oxidation Both processes occur simultaneously Hence, one species is oxidised, another is reduced So, what is oxidation, and what is reduction? 3 different versions of the definition: Redox gain of electronsloss of electrons gain in hydrogenloss of hydrogen loss of oxygengain in oxygen ReductionOxidation Gain of/


Chapter 20 – Redox Reactions One of the earliest recognized chemical reactions were with oxygen. Some substances would combine with oxygen, and some would.

substances would combine with oxygen, and some would release oxygen. If a substance would gain oxygen, it was said that the substance was oxidized. If the substance lost oxygen, it was said that it was reduced. Since then, reduction-oxidation reactions (redox reactions) have been defined to explain why these substances lost or gained oxygen. Redox Reactions Oxidation (Old School Definition); Any substance that gained oxygen/


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, etc.) Math of Chemistry 6) Kinetics and Thermodynamics (PE Diagrams, etc.)Kinetics and Thermodynamics 7) Acids and Bases (pH, formulas, indicators, etc.)Acids and Bases 8) Oxidation and Reduction (Half Reactions, Cells, etc.)Oxidation and Reduction 9) Organic Chemistry (Hydrocarbons, Families, Reactions/ matter with a definite shape and volume and low entropy – particles arranged in a regular geometric pattern (c) 2006, Mark Rosengarten Liquid – phase of matter that has a definite volume but takes /


Reduction- Oxidation Reactions (1) 213 PHC 8th lecture Dr. mona alshehri (1) Gary D. Christian, Analytical Chemistry, 6 th edition. 1.

lecture the student should be able to: Define oxidation, reduction, Define oxidizing agent, and reducing agent. Define Oxidation state. 2 WHAT IS A REDOX REACTION? It is a reaction occurs between an oxidizing agent and a reducing agent involves transfer of electrons. 3 4/oxidation state of the underlined atoms: Fe 3 O 4 N 2 H 4 O 3 S 2 O 3 2 − Cr(OH) 3 NH 4 + C 2 Cl 6 Na 2 SO 4 15 Summary: Definition of oxidation and reduction reactions. Definition of oxidizing and reducing agents. Definition of oxidation/


Types of Chemical Reactions and Solution Stoichiometry.

does not conduct an electric current. Try to classify the following substances as electrolytes or nonelectrolytes… Definition of Electrolytes and Nonelectrolytes 1.Pure water 2.Tap water 3.Sugar solution 4.Sodium chloride solution 5.Hydrochloric acid solution/Practice Problems: Study Guide, pp __________ Q # _________ Please show all your work in your notebook, not your study guide. Oxidation and Reduction Reactions (Redox) Def: Rxns in which electrons are transferred Ex: 2Na(s) + Cl 2 (g)  2 NaCl(s/


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3) NeutralizationNeutralization 4) pHpH 5) IndicatorsIndicators 6) Alternate TheoriesAlternate Theories Mark Rosengarten and Susan Katzoff Formulas, Naming and Properties of Acids 4 Arrhenius Definition of Acids: molecules that dissolve in water to produce H 3 O +/ HNO 3 lost, it is a base. Mark Rosengarten and Susan Katzoff Oxidation and Reduction 1) Oxidation NumbersOxidation Numbers 2) Identifying OX, RD and SI SpeciesIdentifying OX, RD and SI Species 3) AgentsAgents 4) Writing Half-ReactionsWriting Half-/


Oxidation and Reduction Or, “Do you know where your electrons are?”

Oxidation and Reduction Or, “Do you know where your electrons are?” DefinitionsOxidation is the process of losing electrons (oxidation state becomes more positive)  Na  Na + + 1e -  Reduction is the process of gaining electrons (oxidation state becomes more negative)  Cl + 1e -  Cl - Definitions L osing E lectrons O xidation goes G aining E lectrons R eduction Definitions O xidation I s L osing R eduction I s G aining Oxidation state  Charge/


Oxidation of Food: What a Waste! Fruits and Vegetables oxidised when left in open air Solution: Seal in plastic wrap More radical: Add lemon juice to.

causes increased activity of cells, leading to aging skin Solution: Beauty products? People! What is a redox reaction? Redox – reduction + oxidation Both processes occur simultaneously Hence, one species is oxidised, another is reduced So, what is oxidation, and what is reduction? 3 different versions of the definition: Redox gain of electronsloss of electrons gain in hydrogenloss of hydrogen loss of oxygengain in oxygen ReductionOxidation Gain of/


Advanced Reaction Topics. Reaction Rates Reaction Rates Redox Chemistry Redox Chemistry Equilibrium Equilibrium Acids and Bases Acids and Bases.

Oxidation and Reduction Oxidation - chemical process involving the loss of electrons. Oxidation - chemical process involving the loss of electrons. Reduction – chemical process involving gaining electrons. Reduction – chemical process involving gaining electrons. LEO the lion goes GER LEO the lion goes GER OIL RIG OIL RIG Oxidation and Reduction/ that has two ionizable hydrogens H 2 SO 4 H 2 SO 4 Acid-Base Definitions Triprotic acid – an acid that has three ionizable hydrogens Triprotic acid – an acid that/


REDOX REACTIONS. OXIDATION NUMBER  The oxidation state of an element in an elemental state is zero. (O 2, Fe, He)  The oxidation state of an element.

DEFINITIONS Oxidation: An increase in oxidation number Reduction: A decrease in oxidation number Reducing agent: Whatever is oxidized Oxidizing agent: Whatever is reduced Zn (s) + 2H + (aq)  Zn +2 (aq) + H 2(g) Zn is oxidized (ox # 0  +2) Reducing agent H + is reduced (ox # +1  0) Oxidizing/EQUATIONS 1)Split the equation into two half-equations. 1)Balance one of the half equations with respect to atoms and charge. 1)Balance the other half equation. 1)Combine the two half equations in such a way as to /


Oxidation-Reduction Reactions Part 1 Notes 11 Beginning Unit 4.

burns. Not all substances that are oxidized involve burning. Iron is oxidized when it rusts. Oxidation-Reduction The substance gaining oxygen is oxidized, while the substance losing oxygen is reduced. These reactions are called oxidation- reduction reactions and are also known as redox reactions. Not all redox reactions involve oxygen… The definition NOW has been extended… Redox Definitions Losing electrons is oxidation. Gaining electrons is reduction. Oxidation is now defined to mean complete/


5 5-1 © 2006 Thomson Learning, Inc. All rights reserved Bettelheim, Brown, Campbell, & Farrell General, Organic, and Biochemistry, 8e.

ions. copper ions gain electrons from the zinc. 5 5-30 © 2006 Thomson Learning, Inc. All rights reserved Oxidation-Reduction We summarize these oxidation-reduction relationships in this way: 5 5-31 © 2006 Thomson Learning, Inc. All rights reserved Oxidation-Reduction Although the definitions of oxidation (loss of electrons) and reduction (gain of electrons) are easy to apply to many redox reactions, they are not easy to apply to others/


Week 25 © Pearson Education Ltd 2009 This document may have been altered from the original Explain the terms: redox, oxidation number, half-reaction, oxidising.

agent for simple redox reactions. Construct redox equations using relevant half equations or oxidation numbers. Interpret and make predictions for reactions involving electron transfer. Redox Remember OIL of electrons RIG There are 3 definitions of oxidation (and so 3 for reduction) Oxidation is Loss of electrons Gain in oxidation number Loss of hydrogen What are the 3 definitions of reduction? Redox reactions are best thought of as electron transfer reactions/


Where do those electrons go? An introduction to oxidation and Reduction.

sophisticated, it was realised that another definition was required ... OXIDATION Removal (loss) of electrons ‘OIL’ species will get less negative or more positive Oxidation is loss REDUCTION Gain of electrons ‘RIG’ species will become more negative or less positive Reduction is Gain REDOX When reduction and oxidation take place – when electrons are transferred form one species to another OXIDATION AND REDUCTION IN TERMS OF ELECTRONS Oxidation and reduction are not only defined as changes/


 Magnesium  Aluminium  Zinc  Iron  Copper Magnesium can displace copper from copper oxide – WHY? Mg (s) + CuO (s) → MgO + Cu.

Cu Mg + Cu 2+ O 2- → Mg 2+ 0 2- + Cu As you can see the oxide ions have NOT been changed they have just got a different partner. Therefore they are called the SPECTATOR IONS. The /+ 2e- → Cu  Copper ion has GAINED 2 electrons (from Magnesium) to make the Copper ATOM. Now we need a different definition for OXIDATION and REDUCTION OXIDATION is the LOSS of Electrons REDUCTION is the GAIN of Electrons OILRIG Oxidised?Reduced?  Magnesium  Copper Remember salts are things like Copper Sulphate. Zn(s) + Cu /


3.1.7 Redox. A redox reaction is one in which both reduction and oxidation take place at the same time. The original definition of oxidation was the formation.

3.1.7 Redox A redox reaction is one in which both reduction and oxidation take place at the same time. The original definition of oxidation was the formation of an oxide by gaining oxygen. Then this was expanded to include the loss of hydrogen as oxidation. However we now use the more general definitions of: Reduction is GAIN of ELECTRONS and Oxidation is LOSS of ELECTRONS. In the thermite reaction, the/


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(Pt) source or sink of e - Half-Reactions  Recall definition of redox: » Redox reaction is one involving transfer of electrons  OILRIG  Oxidation is loss of electrons  Reduction is gain of electrons  Reducing agent (reductant) is electron donor  Oxidizing agent (oxidant) is electron acceptor » Any redox reaction can be expressed as the difference of two reduction half reactions (sum of oxidation and reduction half reaction) Cu 2+ (aq) + 2e -  Cu (s/


Oxidation-Reduction Titrations PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY PHC 213 1.

ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY PHC 213 1 Introduction Oxidation-Reduction (Redox): Definitions & Terms. Oxidation Number Principles. Balancing Redox Equation by Half-Reaction Method. Electrochemical Cells and Electrode Potential. Oxidation Potential: Definition and Factors Affecting. Redox Titration Curves. Detection of End point in Redox Titrations. Standard Oxidizing Reagents and their Properties. Applications of Redox Titrations. PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY PHC 213 2 Oxidation: It can be defined as loss/


Electrochemistry Chapter 18. Electrochemistry is the branch of chemistry that deals with the interconversion of electrical energy and chemical energy.

of the driving force of the cell reaction. The reaction at the anode has a definite oxidation potential, while the reaction at the cathode has a definite reduction potential. Thus, the overall cell emf is a combination of these two potentials. E cell = oxidation potential + reduction potential Standard Cell emf’s and Standard Electrode Potentials A cell emf is a measure of the driving force of the/


Reduction - Oxidation Titrations Theory and Application Ashraf M. Mahmoud, Associate Prof. 1.

Reduction - Oxidation Titrations Theory and Application Ashraf M. Mahmoud, Associate Prof. 1 Oxidation-Reduction (Redox) Definitions & Terms 2 Fe 2+ + Cl 2 2Fe 3+ + 2Cl  2 Fe 2+ - 2e 2 Fe 3+ ( Loss of electrons : Oxidation ) Cl 2 + 2e 2Cl - ( Gain of electrons : Reduction )  In every redox reaction, both reduction and oxidation must occur.  Substance that gives electrons is the reducing agent or reductant.  Substance that accepts electrons is the oxidizing agent or oxidant. Reaction/


Chapter 18 Electrochemistry. Electrochemistry is the branch of chemistry that deals with the interconversion of electrical energy and chemical energy.

of the driving force of the cell reaction. The reaction at the anode has a definite oxidation potential, while the reaction at the cathode has a definite reduction potential. Thus, the overall cell emf is a combination of these two potentials. E cell = oxidation potential + reduction potential Standard Cell emf’s and Standard Electrode Potentials A cell emf is a measure of the driving force of the/


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Oxidation is a loss of an electron or electrons by an atom or group of atoms.Oxidation is a loss of an electron or electrons by an atom or group of atoms.

V to 0.463 V. Which electrode is the anode?Which electrode is the anode? Hint: oxidation and anode both start with vowels.Hint: oxidation and anode both start with vowels. Which electrode is the cathode?Which electrode is the cathode? Hint: reduction and cathode both start with consonants.Hint: reduction and cathode both start with consonants. Notice the first battery had a Cu (s) |Cu 2+ (aq/


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important reactants participating in the dissolution of a solid mineral are H2O, H+, OH-, ligands (surface complex building), and reductants and oxidants (in the case of reducible or oxidizable minerals). Thus the reaction occurs schematically in two sequences: (45) (46/where AIX3, CaX2, MgX2, NaX, KX, and HX denote cation concentrations sorbed on the soil in meq/100 g (a traditional soil science measurement unit). HX is usually neglected in definitions of the cation exchange capacity by soil scientists./


STAAR Ladder to Success Rung 10. AcidsAcids contain hydrogen ions Arrhenius Definition BasesBases contain hydroxide ions (OH - ) Savante Arrhenius, Swedish.

O + conjugate acid conjugate base baseacid Bronsted-Lowry Definition Pairs identifies the particles formed when H+ ions are donated and accepted when an acid or a base is /oxidation number is known as the reducing agent – Reduction: other reactant is gaining electrons or decreases in oxidation number The reactant gaining electrons or decreasing in oxidation number is known as the oxidizing agent Using oxidation numbers If there are changes in atomic oxidation numbers in the reaction, meaning loss and/


Oxidation- Reduction Reaction “redox reaction”

from an atom or ion. e- goes bye-bye Reduction Old definition: Reduction as defined today: “reducing" a substance into its components. Reduction as defined today: The gaining of electrons by an atom or ion. Reduction-Oxidation Reaction “Redox reaction” A reduction and oxidation reaction is commonly called redox reaction for short Oxidation always accompanies reduction One atom must lose electrons and another must pick up the electrons. The number of electrons/


Oxidation/Reduction Chapter 20. Two Types of Chemical Rxns 1.Exchange of Ions – no change in charge/oxidation numbers – Acid/Base Rxns NaOH + HCl.

process) R-C=C-R+ H 2  | | H H (unsaturated fat)(saturated fat) Oxidizing/Reducing Agents Oxidation and Reduction always occur together. Oxidizing Agents – Get reduced – Gain electrons Reducing Agents – Get oxidized – Lose electrons Oxidizing/Reducing Agents 0+2 Cu+O 2  CuO 0 -2 Got oxidized, reducing agent Got reduced, oxidizing agent Identify the Oxidizing/Reducing Agents in the following (Calculate the ox. numbers also). Cu + S 8  Cu/


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Balancing Oxidation- Reduction Reactions Any reaction involving the transfer of electrons is an oxidation-reduction (or redox) reaction.

involving the transfer of electrons is an oxidation-reduction (or redox) reaction Definitions: Oxidation is the loss of electrons. Oxidation is the loss of electrons. Reduction is the gain of electrons. Reduction is the gain of electrons. Oxidation cannot take place without reduction. Oxidation cannot take place without reduction. During a redox reaction, the oxidation numbers of reactants will change. During a redox reaction, the oxidation numbers of reactants will change. For any/


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Lecture 11: Cell Potentials Reading: Zumdahl 11.2 Outline –What is a cell potential? –SHE, the electrochemical zero. –Using standard reduction potentials.

–Using standard reduction potentials. Reminder “Redox” Chemistry: Reduction and Oxidation Oxidation: Loss of electrons (increase in oxidation number) Reduction: Gain of electrons (a reduction in oxidation number) Electrons are transferred from the reducing agent to the oxidizing agent Electrons are transferred from the species being oxidized to that /(V) 1 volt = 1 Joule/Coulomb of charge V = J/C Cell potential and work From the definition of electromotive force (emf): 1 J of work is done when 1 C of charge /


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Oxidation and Reduction Definitions of oxidation and reduction Oxidation numbers Redox equations.

Oxidation and Reduction Definitions of oxidation and reduction Oxidation numbers Redox equations Oxidation - reductionOxidation is loss of electrons  Reduction is gain of electrons  Oxidation is always accompanied by reduction The total number of electrons is kept constantThe total number of electrons is kept constant  Oxidizing agents oxidize and are themselves reduced  Reducing agents reduce and are themselves oxidized Follow the electrons Oxidation numbers  Metals are typically considered more /


Oxidation-Reduction Reactions Part 1 Zagazig University Clinical Pharmacy Programe Analytical Chemistry Department PC 306.

Definition Old definition Oxidation is the reaction of substance with oxygen Reduction is the reaction in which hydrogen is involved But there is many Oxidation reduction reactions which don’t involve any Oxygen or hydrogen For example: 2Fe 2+ = Fe 3+ + 2e (oxidation half – reaction) Cl 2 + 2e = 2Cl - (reduction/) 3. Inetrnal redox indicator: Redox indicator is a compound which has different colours in the oxidised and reduced forms. In ox + n e ⇌ In red. Applying Nernst equation: ideal redox indicator when/


Chapter 5 The Periodic Table: Group2 5.1 Redox Reactions 5.2 Using Oxidation Numbers 5.3 Group2 5.4 Compounds of Group 2 Element.

in oxidation number (oxidation state) 5.1 Redox Reactions Reductionoxidation happens everywhere! Because both reduction and oxidation are going on side-by-side, this is known as a redox reaction. 5.1 Redox Reactions ♣ Oxidation and reduction in terms of oxygen transfer Definitions: Oxidation is gain of oxygen Reduction is loss of oxygen (oxidising agent) (reducing agent ) 5.1 Redox Reactions ♣ Oxidation and reduction in terms of hydrogen transfer Definitions: Oxidation is loss of hydrogen Reduction is/


Electrochemistry. Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company.All rights reserved. Presentation of Lecture Outlines, 20–2 Oxidation-Reduction Reactions In Chapter.

Company.All rights reserved. Presentation of Lecture Outlines, 20–47 Standard Cell emf’s and Standard Electrode Potentials A cell emf is a measure of the driving force of the cell reaction. –The reaction at the anode has a definite oxidation potential, while the reaction at the cathode has a definite reduction potential. –Thus, the overall cell emf is a combination of these two potentials/


Electrochemistry. Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company.All rights reserved. Presentation of Lecture Outlines, 20–2 Oxidation-Reduction Reactions In Chapter.

Company.All rights reserved. Presentation of Lecture Outlines, 20–39 Standard Cell emf’s and Standard Electrode Potentials A cell emf is a measure of the driving force of the cell reaction. –The reaction at the anode has a definite oxidation potential, while the reaction at the cathode has a definite reduction potential. –Thus, the overall cell emf is a combination of these two potentials/


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Rules for Assigning Oxidation #’s. Elements by themselves are neutral Elements by themselves are neutral Ox # = 0 Ex: Na 0, O 2 0, Mg 0 Ex: Na 0, O 2.

assigned to manganese in KMnO 4 ? (1) +7 (1) +7 (2) +3 (3) +2 (3) +2 (4) +4 Mahjong Oxidation # Game: Mahjong Oxidation # Game: http://www2.stetson.edu/mahjongchem/ http://www2.stetson.edu/mahjongchem/ http://www2.stetson.edu/mahjongchem/ Oxidation and Reduction Reactions Oxidation (Read only) Original definition: When substances combined with oxygen. Ex: All combustion (burning) reactions CH 4 (g) + 2O 2 (g) CO 2 (g/


Oxidation & Reduction Reactions CHAPTER 6 Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter, 6 th edition By Jesperson, Brady, & Hyslop.

, 6 th edition By Jesperson, Brady, & Hyslop CHAPTER 6: Oxidation & Reduction 2 Learning Objectives  Define oxidation and reduction  Identify redox reactions  Recognize oxidation numbers  Balancing redox reactions  Acidic conditions  Basic conditions  Acids as oxidizing agents  Oxygen as oxidizing agents  Single replacement reactions  Navigate the activity series  Practice Redox Stoichiometry Reduction Oxidation Definition Redox Reactions Jesperson, Brady, Hyslop. Chemistry: The Molecular Nature/


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