A copper voltmeter and a silver voltmeter are connected in series in a circuit. The rate of the increase in the weight of the cathode in the two voltmeters will be in the ratio of |
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a) |
Atomic weights of Cu and Ag |
b) |
Densities of Cu and Ag |

c) |
Half of the atomic weight of Cu to the atomic weight of Ag |
d) |
Half of the atomic weight of Ag to half the atomic weight of Cu |

A copper voltmeter and a silver voltmeter are connected in series in a circuit. The rate of the increase in the weight of the cathode in the two voltmeters will be in the ratio of |
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a) |
Atomic weights of Cu and Ag |
b) |
Densities of Cu and Ag |

c) |
Half of the atomic weight of Cu to the atomic weight of Ag |
d) |
Half of the atomic weight of Ag to half the atomic weight of Cu |

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The ratio of the weights deposited on cathodes will be in the ratio of their chemical equivalents. The chemical equivalent of copper = At. Wt/2 and that of silver = At. Wt/1. |