What charge in coulombs, is required to deposit 0.301 g Cu(s) from a solution of Cu2+ (aq)?

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Inorganic chemistry

What change in coulombs, is required to deposit 0.301 g Cu(s) from a solution of Cu^2+(aq)

Inorganic chemistry

What charge in coulombs is required to deposit 0.301g Cu(s) from a solution of Cu^2+? Cu^2+ 2e^- = Cu 0.301g/63.5g/mol = 4.7 x 10^-3 mol Cu (4.7 x 10^-3 mol Cu) (2 mol e^-/mol Cu) I should be able to mutiply that by 96,500 (Faraday number) to get 914C, but I don't. ...

chemistry

A. What is the standard potential, in volts, of a galvanic cell made of Ce4+ and Cu2+, given the standard reduction potentials below? Ce4+ + e− → Ce3+ Eº = 1.61 V Cu2+ + 2e− → Cu(s) Eº = 0.34 V I think it is 1.27 V but it might be 1.95V b. How many ...

physics 2

A charge of -6.8 micro-Coulombs is placed at x = 0, y = 0. A charge of -18.5 micro-Coulombs is placed at x = 0, y = +37 cm. Another charge of -12.9 micro-Coulombs is placed at x = +17 cm, y = 0 cm. What is the angle the total electric force on the charge at x = +17 cm, y = 0 ...

physics2

A charge of -6.5 micro-Coulombs is placed at the origin of a coordinate system. Another charge of -7.6 micro-Coulombs is placed at x = +0.29 m, y = +0.17 m. A third charge of +14 micro-Coulombs is placed at x = -0.29 m, y = 0 m. What is the magnitude of the total electric ...

physics

A point charge of +10 micro-coulombs lies at x = -0.39 m, y = 0 m, a point charge of -5.7 micro-coulombs lies at x = +0.39 m, y = 0 m, and a point charge of +14.9 micro-coulombs lies at x = 0 m, y = -0.3 m. A point charge of +10 micro-coulombs is moves from x = 0 m, y = +0.11 ...

Chemistry - Science (Dr. Bob222)

Posted by Ana on Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 11:23am. A zinc-copper battery is constructed as follows (standard reduction potentials given below): Zn | Zn2+ (0.10 M) || Cu2+ (2.50 M) | Cu Zn2+ + 2 e- → Zn(s) Eº = -0.76 V Cu2+ + 2 e- → Cu(s) Eº = 0.34 V The mass of ...

Math

Two small conducting spheres are identical except that sphere x has a charge of -10 micro coulombs and sphere y has a charge of + 6 micro coulombs . After the spheres are brought in contact and then separated,what is the charge on each sphere ,in micro coulombs ?

chemistry

For the following balanced equation: 2 Ag+ (aq) + Cu(s) Cu2+ (aq) + 2 Ag(s) Which letter corresponds to the correct cell notation at standard state conditions? A. Cu(s) Cu2+(aq) Ag+(aq) Ag(s) B. Cu2+(aq) Cu(s) Ag(s) Ag+(aq) C. Ag+(aq) Cu2+(aq) Cu(s) Ag(s) D. 2Ag+(aq) Cu2+(aq) ...

Chemistry

For the following balanced equation: 2 Ag+ (aq) + Cu(s)--> Cu2+ (aq) + 2 Ag(s) Which letter corresponds to the correct cell notation at standard state conditions? A. Cu(s)/Cu2+(aq)//Ag+(aq)/Ag(s) B. Cu2+(aq)/ Cu(s)// Ag(s)/ Ag+(aq) C. Ag+(aq)/ Cu2+(aq)// Cu(s)/ Ag(s) D. 2Ag...

Chemistry

For the following balanced equation: 2 Ag+ (aq) + Cu(s) ---> Cu2+ (aq) + 2 Ag(s) Which letter corresponds to the correct cell notation at standard state conditions? A. Cu2+(aq)/ Cu(s) // Ag(s) / Ag+(aq) B. 2Ag+(aq)/ Cu2+(aq)// 2Ag(s)/ Cu(s) C. Ag+(aq) / Cu2+(aq)// Cu(s) / ...

Chemistry

For the following balanced equation: 2 Ag+ (aq) + Cu(s) Cu2+ (aq) + 2 Ag(s) Which letter corresponds to the correct cell notation at standard state conditions? A. 2Ag+(aq) Cu2+(aq) 2Ag(s) Cu(s) B. Cu(s) Cu2+(aq) Ag+(aq) Ag(s) C. Ag+(aq) Cu2+(aq) Cu(s) Ag(s) D. Cu2+(aq) Cu(s) ...

UCI Chemistry Webworks

For the following balanced equation: 2 Ag+ (aq) + Cu(s) <<->> Cu2+ (aq) + 2 Ag(s) Which letter corresponds to the correct cell notation at standard state conditions? A. 2Ag+(aq) | Cu2+(aq) || 2Ag(s) | Cu(s) B. Cu(s)| Cu2+(aq) || Ag+(aq) | Ag(s) C. Ag+(aq) | Cu2+(aq...

Chemistry

For the following balanced equation: 2Ag+(aq) + Cu(s)<->Cu2+ (aq) + 2 Ag(s) Which letter corresponds to the correct cell notation at standard state conditions? A. Cu(s) | Cu2+(aq) || Ag+(aq) | Ag(s) B. Ag+(aq) | Cu2+(aq) || Cu(s) | Ag(s) C. 2Ag+(aq) | Cu2+(aq) || 2Ag(s...

Chemistry

The Cu2+ ion can be separated from Ag+, Ca2+, and K+ in aqueous solution by 1. precipitation of Cu2+ as Cu(OH)2(s) with 6 M NaOH(aq). 2. precipitation of Ag+, Ca2+, and K+ as the carbonates. 3. None of these procedures will separate Cu2+ from the other ions. 4. precipitation ...

physics

An infinite sheet with a surface charge density of -2.1 micro-coulombs/m2 runs parallel to the x axis. Another infinite sheet a surface charge density of +2.1 micro-coulombs/m2 runs parallel to the y axis. A charge of -4.1 micro-coulombs moves at a 45 degree angle towards the ...

physics

Calculate the magnitude and direction of the Coulomb force on each of the three charges connected in series: 1st - 6 micro Coulombs (positive charge) 2nd - 1.5 micro Coulombs (positive charge) 3dr - 2 micro Coulombs (negative charge) Distance between 1st and 2nd - 3cm Distance...

physics

Calculate the magnitude and direction of the Coulomb force on each of the three charges connected in series: 1st - 6 micro Coulombs (positive charge) 2nd - 1.5 micro Coulombs (positive charge) 3dr - 2 micro Coulombs (negative charge) Distance between 1st and 2nd - 3cm Distance...

physics 2

Three charges are placed on the y axis. One charge of -3.2 micro-Coulombs is placed at y = 0, another charge of +2.6 micro-Coulombs is placed at y = -0.29 meters, and another unknown charge is placed at y = +0.51 meters. The total force on the charge at y = 0 due to the other ...

Gen Chem

Chromium can be electroplated from an aqueous solution containing sulfuric acid and chromic acid, H2CrO4. What current is required to deposit chromium at a rate of 1.25 g/min? 1mol H2CrO4 has 51.996 grams current= coulomb/sec How do I convert to get coulombs from the problem?

chem

If 10.4 liters of O2 at STP are produced by the electrolysis of water, how many coulombs of charge were required?

chemistry

If 10.4 liters of O2 at STP are produced by the electrolysis of water, how many coulombs of charge were required?

physics

Using Coulomb's Law, calculate the force of repulsion between a positive charge of 110 Coulombs and another positive charge of 220 coulombs separated by a distance of 2 meters. Use scientific notation. (Hint: use the proportionality constant)

physics

Using Coulomb's Law, calculate the force of repulsion between a positive charge of 110 Coulombs and another positive charge of 220 coulombs separated by a distance of 2 meters. Use scientific notation. (Hint: use the proportionality constant)

Chemistry

If 30.3 liters of O2 at 273K and 1 atm are produced by the electrolysis of water, how many coulombs of charge were required?

Chemistry

If 30.3 liters of O2 at 273K and 1 atm are produced by the electrolysis of water, how many coulombs of charge were required?

Chemistry

If 30.3 liters of O2 at 273K and 1 atm are produced by the electrolysis of water, how many coulombs of charge were required?

Chemistry

For the following balanced equation: 2 Ag+ (aq) + Cu(s) ---> Cu2+ (aq) + 2 Ag(s) Which letter corresponds to the correct cell notation at standard state conditions? A. Cu2+(aq)/ Cu(s) // Ag(s) / Ag+(aq) B. 2Ag+(aq)/ Cu2+(aq)// 2Ag(s)/ Cu(s) C. Ag+(aq) / Cu2+(aq)// Cu(s) / ...

physics2

Charges are placed on an equilateral triangle (all angles are equal and equal to 60 degrees). The length of each side of the triangle is 5.7 meters. A charge of +7.1 micro-Coulombs is placed at the bottom corner of the triangle and another charge of +7.1 micro-Coulombs is ...

PHYSICS

5.00x 10^-2 mass with charge +0.75 micro coulombs is hung by a thin insulated thread. Charge of -0.9 micro coulombs is held .15meters directly to the right so that the thread makes an angle with the vertical. What is the angle and the tension in the string?

PHYSICS

(#1) If two pith balls - one which is neutral and another which has a charge of -9.6 uC (micro-Coulombs) - are touched together, how many extra electrons will each ball have? (#2) Charge q1 = 6 uC is at the origin, charge q2 = 7 uC is at y = 2m, x = 0, charge q3 = 1.5 uC is at...

physics

A point charge of +4.6 micro-coulombs lies at x = 0 and a point charge of -7.3 micro-coulombs lies at x = +3.3 m. Where on the x axis, is the total electric potential equal to zero? Answer in meters.

Chemistry

the equation of the line for a graph of voltage versus log[Cu2+] was y= - 0.0179x - 0.0015. The voltage of a solution with an unknown [Cu2+] was measured against the same reference cell, under the same conditions; the voltage was found to be 0.012 V. Determine the [ Cu2+] of ...

Chemistry

The equation of the line for a graph of voltage versus log[Cu2+] was y= - 0.0179x - 0.0015. The voltage of a solution with an unknown [Cu2+] was measured against the same reference cell, under the same conditions; the voltage was found to be 0.012 V. Determine the [ Cu2+] of ...

physics

A sphere has a radius of 0.20 meters and has a uniform surface charge density equal to 6.3 micro coulombs per meter squared. A second point charge has a magnitude of 0.58 micro coulombs and is 0.61 meters away from the center of the sphere. Find the magnitude of the force ...

chemistry

I need assistance with this question please. "The equation of the line for a graph of voltage (Ecell) versus log[Cu2+] was y= -0.0166x - 0.0082. The voltage of a solution with an unknown [Cu2+] was measured against the same reference cell, under the same conditions; the ...

physics-E&M

An infinite line charge of uniform linear charge density lambda = -2.5 micro Coulombs lies parallel to the y axis at x = 0 m. A point charge of 3.5 micro Coulombs is located at x = 2.5 m, y = 3.5 m. Find the x- and y-components of the electric field at x = 3.5 m, y = 3.0 m. So...

physics

A conducting spherical shell with a total charge of +12.6 micro-coulombs has a point charge of -3.6 micro-coulombs placed at its center. The negative point charge will push the electrons in the spherical shell away from it. This will leave the inner shell with positive charge ...

Chemistry

What is the delta G naught for the cell in question 1 at 298 K? Question 1: Which is spontaneous, the oxidation of copper to Cu2+ or the reduction of Cu2+ to Cu? Work: OX: Cu --> Cu2+ + 2e- RE: 2e- + Cu2+ --> Cu Overall: Cu + Cu2+ --> Cu + Cu2+ Delta G knaught = -RTln...

physics E&M

I posted a question on here earlier but I wasn't able to solve from what the person had told me. An infinite line charge of uniform linear charge density lambda = -2.5 micro Coulombs lies parallel to the y axis at x = 0 m. A point charge of 3.5 micro Coulombs is located at x...

chemistry

5Fe(2+ charge) + MnO4(-1 charge) +8H(1+ charge) -> 5Fe(3+ charge) + Mn(2+ charge) + 4H2O In a titration experiment based on the equation above, 25ml of an Acidified Fe(2+ charge) solution requires 14 ml of standard .050 M MnO4(1- charge) solution to reach the equivalence ...

Physics

Two positive charges of +2 coulombs are 3 meters apart. If one of the charges is replaced by the negative charge -2 coulombs, the magnitude of force between them is: a)larger b)smaller c)the same d)zero e)none of these

College Chemistry

how many grams of metallic copper are required to react with the number of moles of Cu2+ , 0.16mol, to form CuCl overall reaction can be taken as: Cu2+(aq) + 2 Cl- (aq) + Cu(s)-->2CuCl(s)

physics (coulombs law)

a charge +6 C experiences a force of 2mN in +x direction. a)what was the electric field there before charge was placed ? b)describe the force which a -2c charge would experience if it is located at the point in place of the +6c for a) i assumed the charge is 0 'cos there's no ...

Chemistry

In 1909, Robert Millikan performed an experiment involving tiny, charged drops of oil. The drops were charged because they had picked up extra electrons. Millikan was able to measure the charge on each drop in coulombs. Here is an example of what his data may have looked like...

chemistry

10.0 mL of a Cu2+ solution of unknown concentration was placed in a 250 mL Erlenmeyer flask. An excess of KI solution was added. Indicator was added and the solution was diluted with H2O to a total volume of 75 mL. The solution was titrated with 0.20 M Na2S2O3. The equivalence...

physics/biology

Determine the number of uncompensated ions (both total number and as a percentage of the bulk ions) required to establish a charge of 100mV across a membrane of a spherical cell that is 25 ƒÊm in diameter. Assume that the total number of ions inside and outside the cell is ....

Inorganic Chemistry

Can Cu2+ oxidize 1) SO2 2) C2O4(2-) Does this happens also when the solution is basic? Cu2+ + H2S ---> CuS + H2

physics

Given that the mass of an electron is 9.1 x 10^-28 grams and the charge on an electron is 1.6 x 10^-19 Coulombs, calculate the voltage required to lift an electron 5 cm. not quite sure how to do this.

Physics

What is the electric field at a point midway between a -7.34 micro coulombs and a +4.49 micro coulombs charge apart 31.5m apart?

physics/biology

Determine the number of uncompensated ions (both total number and as a percentage of the bulk ions) required to establish a charge of 100mV across a membrane of a spherical cell that is 25 μm in diameter. Assume that the total number of ions inside and outside the cell is...

Chemistry

Consider the unbalanced redox reaction: Cr2 O7 2-(aq) + Cu(s) ----> Cr3+(aq) + Cu2+ Balance the equation in acidic solution and determine how much of a 0.850 M K2 Cr2 O7 solution is required to completely dissolve 5.25 g of Cu.

chemistry

a current is passed through 500 mL of a solution of CaI2. the following electrode reactions occur: anode: 2I- ---> I2 + 2e- cathode: 2H2O + 2e- ---> H2 + 2OH- after some time, analysis of the solution shows that 35.7 mmol of I2 has been formed. a) how many faradays of ...

AP Chemistry

What volume of 6.48 M HNO3 is required to prepare 301 mL of a 1.2 M HNO3 solution? Answer in units of mL.

Calculus

The total charge in an electrical circuit as a function of time is given by q=t/(t^2+1) coulombs. Find the maximum charge of q.

physics

given that the mass of an electron is 9.1 x 10^-28 grams and the charge on an electron is 1.6 x 10^-19 Coulombs, calculate the voltage required to lift an electron 5 cm. the question was previously answered, but I did'nt understand it .. could some show me again please.

Physics

The total charge in an electrical circuit as a function of time is given by q=t/t^2+1 coulombs. Find the maximum charge q. Please provide your reasoning.

Chemistry

Mean titre of 0.2M sodium thiosulphate = 32.2 ml 1) Calculate number of moles of S2O32- which react in the titration 2)Calculate how many moles of I2 react with this amount of S2O3 3)How many Cu2+ ions are needed to liberate this amount of I2? Use this answer as the number of ...

physics coulombs law

a negative charge 5.0 X 10^-4 C exerts a repulstio force of 7.0 N .on second charge away 0.05 m away. what is the sign and magnitude of the second charge

Chem

For this equation 2 Ag+ (aq) + Cu(s) <--> Cu2+ (aq) + 2 Ag(s) Which occurs at the anode? A. Cu --> Cu2+ + 2e– B. Cu2+ + 2e– --> Cu C. Ag+ + e– -->Ag D. Ag --> Ag+ + e– A, right because it's oxidation?

Physics

Current flow through a lamp is 1.3 A. How many Coulombs of charge are passed through the lamp in 2 minutes? Formula for coulombs and current? Not sure..

Physics

Four coulombs of positive charge flow from the +6 V positive terminal of a battery to the negative terminal at 0V. What is the charge in potential energy of the charge.

physics

A charge of 4x10^(-3) coulombs exerts a force of 2,880 Nt on charge q2 at a distance of 0.461 m. The size of q2 is most nearly____ A- 0.017 mC B- 0.032 mC C- o.32 mC D- 3.2 mC E- 0.025 uC F- 0.050 uC g- 2.17 C

Physics/electricity

Suppose an object has a charge of 1 C and gains 6.88 * 10^18 electrons. What will the net charge of the object be in C? Give the answer in absolute value. It gains a charge of 1.102 coulomb, so shouldn't the net charge be 2.102 coulombs?

CHEMISTRY HELP!

Calculate [Cu2+] in a 0.10 M CuSO4 (aq) solution that is also 6.4 M in free NH3 . Cu2+(aq) + 4NH3(aq) --->[Cu(NH3)4]2+ (aq) kf = 1.1 x 10^13

Physics

You have two metal spheres, one with radius 10 cm, the other 7 cm. They each possess a charge of 3 x 10-6 Coulombs. If you touch them together and let the charge come to equilibrium, how much will there be on each sphere?

Equilibria

How to calculate the [Cu2^+] in a solution that was initially 1.0 M NH3 and 0.10 M Cu2^+ ? Kf value for Cu(NH3)4 ^ 2+ = 2.1*10^13 Please give me a detailed way of doing this problem. Thank you very much

Physics please help

What is the potential halfway between two point charges spaced 1 mm apart if q1=10 micro coulombs and q2= -5 micro coulombs? Attempt at solution: no idea but need to get this right our homework is graded

Physics

If 500 J of work are required to carry a charged particle between two points with a potential difference of 40V, the magnitude of the charge on the particle is: a) 0.040 C b) 12.5 C c) 20C D) cannot be computed unless the path is give e) none of these My solution: I used the ...

chemistry

Balance the following redox reaction occurring in acidic solution Cu(s) + NO3-(aq)--> Cu2+(aq) +NO2(g) This is what I have done so far Cu-->Cu2+ + 2e- 2H + NO-3 --> NO2 + H2O Need help please

physics

A charge of +q is located at the origin, while an identical charge is located on the x axis at x = 0.45 m. A third charge of +4q is located on the x axis at such a place that the net electrostatic force on the charge at the origin doubles, its direction remaining unchanged. ...

Chemistry

Write a balanced net ionic reaction for the reduction of cupric ion (Cu2+) by hydroxylamine (NH2OH) in acid solution, using the smallest integer coefficients. Im not too sure of what is reacting here to reduce the Cu2+. Help?

Finance

YOU DEPOSIT $5,000 INTO THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FIN 301 AND EARN 2.5% COMPOUNDED CONTINUOUSLY. HOW MUCH WILL YOU HAVE IN 5 YEARS?

Chemistry

The Cu2+ ions in this experiment are produced by the reaction of 1.0g of copper. Information already found out .016 mol Cu2+ produced Overall reaction is Cu2+(aq)+Cl-(aq)+Cu(s)=2 CuCl(s) Maximum mass of CuCl that can be prepared from the reaction sequence of this experiment ...

physics

The final charge on each of the three separated spheres in part (c) is +3.0 µC. How many electrons would have to be added to one of the three spheres to make it electrically neutral? Divide 3*10^-6 Coulombs by 1.6*10^-19 Coulombs per electron. The will be the number of ...

chemistry

Can the half cell electrochemistry experiment using a pH meter and aqueous solutions of Cu, Cu2+ and Ag and Ag+ be used to measure even lower concentrations, such as 10^-23 mol of Cu2+ or a single free copper ion in solution? Please explain.

Chemistry - Science (Dr. Bob222)

Use the following information to answer this question: Cu+(aq) + e- → Cu(s) E° = 0.521V Cu2+ (aq) + e- → Cu+ (aq) E° = 0.153 V. Given these half cell reactions, an aqueous solution of Cu+ ion in the absence of O2(g) : A. will be thermodynamically stable B. will ...

Physics

Consider a spherical plastic shell with inner radius r=1cm, r2=2cm, and a dielectric constant K=4. The center is hollow. Free charge is bound within the plastic. The charge distribution is spherically symmetric but decays with radius, following a charge density:p_f=K/r where K...

Chemistry

These are what i used. 0.0375M sodium thiosulphate , 2.5% KI .47.2 ml copper sulphate solution. the average volume of Na2S2O3 is 19.25 cm, i have already calculated the number of moles of thiosulphate which is 7.218 * 10-4 moles of Na2S2O3 and also the number of moles of I2 ...

chemistry

What amount of current, in amperes, would be required to deposit 19.7 g of Au metal in 1.00 hour from a solution of Au(NO3)3?

Chemistry

Identify the spectator ion(s) in the following reaction: Cu(OH)2(s) + 2H+(aq) + 2Cl–(aq) Cu2+(aq) + 2Cl–(aq) + 2H2O(l) a. Cu2+ and Cl- b. H+ and Cl– c. Cu(OH)2 d. Cl– e. Cu2+

Chemistry

Identify the spectator ion(s) in the following reaction: Cu(OH)2(s) + 2H+(aq) + 2Cl–(aq) ---> Cu2+(aq) + 2Cl–(aq) + 2H2O(l) a. Cu2+ and Cl- b. H+ and Cl– c. Cu(OH)2 d. Cl– e. Cu2+

chemistry

In a particular redox reaction, Cr is oxidized to CrO42– and Cu2 is reduced to Cu . Complete and balance the equation for this reaction in acidic solution. Phases are optional. Cr + Cu2+ = CrO42- + Cu+

chemistry

"To save on production costs, most automobile bumpers are never coated with more than 200 g of chromium. Determine how much time a standard bumper should be immersed in a chromium vat." This is what I have so far- 96,485 coulombs are required to plate 1 Cr; 52/6 = 8.67g. To ...

computers

How many coulombs of charge do 30 10^31 posses?

math

Charge Q coulombs at time t seconds is given by the differential equation:   0 C Q dt dQ R where C is the capacitance in farads and R is the resistance in ohms. Solve the equation for Q given that Q=Q0 when t=0. A circuit possesses a resistance of 250kΩ ...

Chemistry - Electroplating - URGENT

"To save on production costs, most automobile bumpers are never coated with more than 200 g of chromium. Determine how much time a standard bumper should be immersed in a chromium vat." This is what I have so far- 96,485 coulombs are required to plate 1 Cr; 52/6 = 8.67g. To ...

Columbs Law

I need help with the following questions from my homework. thanks! How does one coulomb of charge compare with the charge of a single electron? How is coulombs law similar to Newton's law of gravitation? How is it different?

College Physics

The magnitude of the electrostatic force between two identical ions that are separated by a distance of 7.8 × 10-10 m is 97.10 × 10-9 N. (a) What is the charge (in Coulombs) of each ion? (b) How many electrons are “missing” from each ion (thus giving the ion its charge ...

Chemistry

In an excess of NH3(aq), Cu2+ ion forms a deep blue complex ion, Cu(NH3)4^2+ (Kf=5.6x10^11). Calculate the concentration of Cu2+ in a solution adding 5.0x10^-3 mol of CuSO4 to .5 L of .4 M NH3

physics As

The current carriers in a piece of semiconducting material have a charge of 1.6 x 10^-19C. Calculate the number of charge carriers entering the material per second when the current is 3 microamps so 3 x 10^-6 amps. ? Please help and do it step by step all parts of questions ...

As physics

The current carriers in a piece of semiconducting material have a charge of 1.6 x 10^-19C. Calculate the number of charge carriers entering the material per second when the current is 3 microamps so 3 x 10^-6 amps. ? Please help and do it step by step all parts of questions ...

Physics

HOw many electrons make up a charge of -30 micro coulombs???

physics

How many coulombs of positive charge are in 3.8 mol of O2 gas?

Chemistry

A voltaic cell designed to measure [Cu2+]is constructed of a standard hydrogen electrode and a copper metal electrode in the Cu2+ solution of interest. 1. If you wanted to construct a calibration curve for how the cell potential varies with the concentration of copper(II), ...

Physics

A beam of unknown charged particles passes at right angle to the direction of magnetic field of 9.0 10-2 T. If the speed of the particles is 3.0 104 m/s and force experienced by a particle is 8.64 10-16 N, how many electric charges are carried by one particle? {Force} = F = {...

chem

In an excess of NH3(aq), Cu2+ ion forms a deep blue complex ion, Cu(NH3)42+, which has a formation constant Kf = 5.6 1011. Calculate the Cu2+ concentration in a solution prepared by adding 4.8 10-3 mol of CuSO4 to 0.500 L of 0.32 M NH3.

ICS

I need help solving this question. "Two charges are 10 meters apart. The charge on the positive particle is 1.0 C and the negative charge is 10 Coulombs. Calculate the magnitude of the electrostatic force of attraction between these two charges."

Science

An oxygen ion has 8 protons and 6 electrons. What is its charge in coulombs?

Chemistry

How do I find the answer to this?? Cu metal displaces Ag+(aq) from an aqueous solution. Which of the following is correct? Ag is easier to oxidize than Cu Ag is a better reducing agent than Cu Cu2+ is a better oxidizing agent than Ag+ Ag+ is easier to reduce than Cu2+

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