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To deposit one gm equivalent of an element at an electrode, the quantity of electricity needed is

a)

One

b)

96000

c)

96500

d)

96500


Question ID - 151163 | Toppr Answer

To deposit one gm equivalent of an element at an electrode, the quantity of electricity needed is

a)

One

b)

96000

c)

96500

d)

96500

1 Answer - 5876 Votes

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Answer Key : (d) -

(d)

96500  of charge is needed to deposit one gram equivalent of an element at an electrode



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