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Electrochemistry

What is electrochemistry?

Electrochemistry is the branch of chemical science where we study the flow of electricity through electrolyte solution or metallic conductors by the movement of electrons. Acids bases and salts in a state of solution or fused state conduct electricity and are called electrolytes.

Electrochemistry is branch of chemical science where we study flow of electricity in an electrolyte solution or conductorUnlike metallic conductors, electrolytes conduct electricity by changed of particles in matter. Such transfer of matter leads to the decomposition at points where electricity enters and leaves the electrolytes. The decomposition of electrolytes due to the passage of electricity is called electrolysis.

In this part of learning chemistry, we discuss different topics related to electrochemistry.

Water electrolysis energy requirement in electrolyzer equipment for hydrogen and oxygen production

Water Electrolysis

What is Electrolysis in Water? Water electrolysis is the process where water can split into hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2) through the requirement of electricity or...
Glass electrode for ph measurement in pH meter, construction, working, membranes in glass electrodes

Glass Electrode

Glass electrode for pH measurement Glass electrode is a type of ion selective electrode used mainly for the measurement of the pH of a solution....
Ion selective electrode (ISE) principle, work, instrumentation, types, application and examples

Ion Selective Electrode

Ion Selective Electrode Principle Ion selective electrode (ISE) is an electrochemical sensor that works based on the principle of a galvanic cell. It converts the...
Semiconductor definition, n and p type semiconductrors examples and uses

Semiconductor

What is Semiconductor? Semiconductor material is a substance which has electrical conductivity between conductors and a non-conductor or insulator. It is pure elements such as...
Electrochemical Cell

Electrochemical Cell

What is electrochemical cell? An electrochemical cell or simply a chemical cell is a device that produced electrical energy due to oxidation reduction or redox...
Ionic mobility table, formula, unit and measurement in electrochemistry

Ionic Mobility

Ionic mobility in electrochemistry Ionic mobility in chemistry is the velocity of an ion under a unit potential gradient or field strength. Therefore, ionic mobility...
Conductance or electrical conductance, the property of electrolyte solution helps to conduct electricity in electrochemistry

Conductance

Conductance and Electrical resistance Conductance or electrical conductance is the reciprocal of resistance (G = 1/R) describes the property of an electrolyte solution that helps...
Reacting electrode participate in the electrolysis reactions either by contributing ions to the solution or accepting the discharged ions from the solution

Electrode

What is Electrode in Chemistry? Electrode is the type of electronic conductor, usually metals partly immersed in an electrolytic solution, and imparts or receives electrons...
Electrolysis is a process where chemical changes occur at the electrodes due to the passage of electricity passes through the electrolytic solution

Electrolysis

What is Electrolysis? Electrolysis is a process where chemical changes occur at the electrodes (cathode or anode) due to the passage of electricity passes through...