chemistry. please help and quickly?

. In an electrolytic cell, where does the process of oxidation occur?

(Points: 1)

battery

cathode

anode

solution

2. For which of the following processes would the pictured cell be used?

(Points: 1)

splitting a compound into its elements

producing electricity

purifying a metal

coating a metal

3. Which of the following combinations would require an electrolytic cell? (Use the table.)

(Points: 1)

coat aluminum onto iron

coat iron onto lead

coat copper onto tin

coat calcium onto iron

4. Which of the following is true regarding the pictured cell?

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Electrons flow from the glasses to the gold strip.

Gold ions get reduced and coated onto the glasses.

Gold ions get reduced at the gold strip.

The metal of the glasses shrinks.

5. If molten sodium chloride is split by electrolysis, which of the following reactions occurs at the anode?

(Points: 1)

2Na+ (l) + 2e 2Na (l)

2Cl (l) Cl2 (g) + 2e

2Cl2 (g) 2Cl (l) + 2e

2Na (l) 2Na+ (l) + 2e

4 Answers

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  • 1. Anode

    2, Splitting a compound into its elements

    3. Coat copper onto tin

    4. Gold ions get reduced and coated onto the glasses.

    5. Reduction occurs at the negatively charged electrode.

    Source(s): k12 Student
  • 1. Anode

    2.Splitting a compound into its elements

    3.Coat copper onto tin

    4.Gold ions get reduced and coated onto the glasses

    5. 2Cl- (l) --> Cl2 (g) + 2e-

  • anode

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