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Electrolytic Cell

cava chem s2d65 303 6.06 Electrolytic Cell

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Electrolytic cells use an electrical power supply to drive a nonspontaneous [...] reaction. Electrolytic cells use an electrical power supply to drive a nonspontaneous redox reaction.
In an electrolytic cells, a power supply pulls electrons out of the [-ode] and pushes them into the [-ode]. In an electrolytic cells, a power supply pulls electrons out of the anode and pushes them into the cathode.
Oxidation occurs it the [-ode] in an electolytic cell. Oxidation occurs it the anode in an electolytic cell.
An electrolytic cell is also called an [electr-] cell. An electrolytic cell is also called an electlolysis cell.
Reduction occurs at the [-ode] in a electrolytic cell. Reduction occurs at the cathode in a electrolytic cell.
In an electrolytic cell, you attach the positive end of the power source to the [-ode]. In an electrolytic cell, you attach the positive end of the power source to the anode.
The prefix "lys" means "[...]" and electrolytic cells are used to [...] molecules with electricity (aka electrolysis) The prefix "lys" means "split" and electrolytic cells are used to split molecules with electricity (aka electrolysis)
Electrolytic cells can also be used to [...] something with at thin layer of metal (such as gold or copper) Electrolytic cells can also be used to coat something with at thin layer of metal (such as gold or copper)
Electrolytic cells are also used to refine pure metals fom a metal [...]. Electrolytic cells are also used to refine pure metals fom a metal ore.
When refining metals through electrolysis, place the dirty metal on the [-ode]. When refining metals through electrolysis, place the dirty metal on the anode. (Anne is dirty; Cathy's clean)
Extracting pure metals using an electrolytic cell is called "[-ing]" Extracting pure metals using an electrolytic cell is called "electrowinning"
Created by: mr.shapard