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This electrochemistry review video tutorial provides a lot of notes, equations, and formulas that you need to pass your next chemistry test / exam. It’s a nice video that provides an introduction or overview of electrochemistry including the most important fundamental topics and concepts. It contains plenty of examples and practice problems.

Here is a list of topics:

1. How To Calculate The Standard Cell Potential

2. Voltaic and Galvanic Cells vs Electrolytic Cells

3. Redox Half Reactions – Oxidation vs Reduction – Anode & Cathode Electrodes

4. Calculating Gibbs Free Energy Using The Cell Potential – delta G & Electrical Work

5. How To Find The Equilbrium Constant K Using Cell Potential and Delta G

6. Nernst Equation – Calculating Nonstandard Cell Potential Using Reaction Quotient Q

7. Calculating The Product Reactant Ratio Using The Cell Potential

8. The Purpose of Salt Bridge – Cations and Anions – Ionic Flow

9. How To Write The Standard Cell Notation For a Galvanic Cell

10. How To Balance Redox Reactions In Acidic Solution and Basic Solution

11. Electrolysis Problems – How To Find The Reactions That Occurs at The Anode and Cathode

12. How To Identify The Strongest Oxidizing Agent and Reducing Agent

13. How To Calculate The Oxidation State / Number

14. Spontaneity – Spontaneous and Nonspontaneous Redox Reactions

15. Equilibrium, Le Chatelier’s Principle and Cell Potential

16. The effect of Reactant and Product Concentration on The Cell Potential

17. Electrochemistry Stoichiometry Problems

18. How To Calculate the Current in Amps Given the mass in grams and the time in minutes

19. Q=It, Charge = Current x time – Faraday’s constant – 96485 Coulombs per mole of electrons

20. Mass in grams, Charge in Coulombs, Current in Amps, time in seconds

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