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Homework Help: College Chemistry

Posted by Tichele on Monday, May 2, 2011 at 5:41pm.

Ok, so Iím working on this problem where I have to get electron per mole. I know that I need to get from Coulombs/mole of H2 all the way to # of electrons/ moles of electrons. I know that the half life reaction is as follows: 2H+ +2e- -->H2(g)

For Coulombs per mole of H2 I have this number: 184376.75 C/mol H2 and I also know that 1mol H2/2mol e- and that 1mol e-/96,500 C

Iím having issues filling in the pieces. Am I missing something? I know I have to be because I should be getting something near 6.022 X 10^23 and Iím not getting anywhere near that! I would really appreciate some help on this. Thank you very much!

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