# College Chemistry

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How many grams of Al would be deposited from an aqueous solution of Al3+ with a current of 1.430A after 5hrs of deposition.

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How many coulombs do you have? That will be 1.430 A x (60m/hr) x (60s/min) = ??
96,485 C will deposit 27/3 or 9 g Al.
So (1.430 x 3600/96,485) x 9 = ??

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