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CRChem2Ch20Vocab

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the branch of chemistry that deals with electricity-related applications of oxidation-reduction reactions electrochemistry
a conductor used to establish electrical contact with a nonmetallic part of a circuit, such as an electrolyte electrode
a single electrode immersed in a solution of its ions half-cell
the electrode where oxidation occurs anode
the electrode where reduction occurs cathode
uses spontaneous oxidation-reduction reactions to convert chemical energy into electrical energy voltaic cell
tendency for the half-reaction of an electrode to occur as a reduction half-reaction in an electrochemical cell reduction potential
the difference in potential between an electrode and its solution electrode potential
the potential of a half-cell under standard conditions measured relative to the standard hydrogen electrode standard electrode potential
cell in which electrical energy is required to produce a redox reaction and bring about a chemical change in an electrochemical cell electrolytic cell
an electrolytic process in which a metal ion is reduced and a solid metal is deposited on a surface electroplating
the process of passing a current through a cell for which the cell potential is negative and causing an oxidation-reduction reaction to occur electrolysis
Created by: CRMissK