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AutoSaveOFFCHEM303B_Unit 6 Test Part 2_June 2017 - Compatibility ModeQ ~ Search in DocumentHomeInsertDesignLayoutReferencesMailingsReviewViewShareAArial10A- A- AaAAaBbCcDdEtAaBbCcDcAaBbCcDdiAaBbCcDdiAaBbCcDdEeAaBbCcDcAaBbCcDdlPasteBU abe X2 X2 A .EmphasisHeading 1NormalstrongSubtitleTitleNo SpacingStylesPane1.Consider the diagram and activity series below in answering the following questions about a wet voltaic cell.Note that the type of metals and solutions in the cells are already identified for you in the partially completedtable.Most active(most easilyoxidized;loses electronsmost easily)3Least activeIdentify the parts of the electrochemical cell by filling in the missing items in the table below. Please note thatnumbers 1, 2, 6 and 8 are done for you. Use these answers as clues in adding the missing information.Metal = copper stripSolution = magnesium nitrato2Solution = copper (II) nitrateCathode or Anode?8Metal = magnesium5Cathode or Anode?Refer to the activity series above. Which metal should be the anode and the cathode? Explain your answer.Describe in detail how the electrons will flow through the device.Provide a detailed explanation for how this wet voltaic cell works. Your explanation must include the actualoxidation and reduction half-reactions that are occurring in this [email protected] 2012, 2009 K12 Inc. All rights reserved.Page 1 of 4Copying or distributing without K12's written consent is prohibited.Page 1 of 4552 wordsxEnglish (United States)Focus+108%
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