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Posted by concerned chem student on Wednesday, December 5, 2012 at 3:04am.

the two half-reactions that are used in the direct methanol fuel cell are shown below.
I. 2 CH3OH(aq)+2H2O(l)=>2CO2(g)+12H+(aq)+12e-
II. 3O2(g)+12H+(aq) +12e-=>6H2O(l)

the electrode at which half-reaction I occurs is the ______ at which______ is oxidized, and half-reaction II occurs at the ______ at which ________ is reduced.

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