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23 experiments for determining experimentally the basic electrochemical interactions. Designed for the materials used in the electrochemical measurement set (30505-88)

- A remarkable source of electrical power
- Voltage from a salt solution
- Solution pressure
- Copper-zinc cell (Daniell cell)
- Daniell cells connected in series and parallel
- Measurement and comparison of voltages between various half-cells and how this leads to the electrochemical series
- Volta cell
- Assembly of a standard hydrogen electrode and measurement of various standard potentials
- Galvanic cells featuring non-metals
- Sliver/silver chloride electrodes used for reference
-Determination of standard potentials using silver/silver chloride electrodes for reference
- Measurement of standard potentials for redox pair Fe3+/Fe2+
- Galvanic cells formed by concentration chaining, potentials and how to calculate them
- Design of concentration chains using potassium chloride solutions and silver/silver chloride electrodes
- Galvanic cells using differing redox pairs of different concentrations and calculation of potentials using the Nernst equation
- Changes in voltage in a concentration chain due to precipitation or effective metal ions becoming bonded in complexes
- Determining solubility products of silver halides
- Corrosion of metals, local elements, cathodic corrosion protection
- Why is base aluminium so resistant to corrosion?
- Corrosion protection by means of passivation
- Galvanisation
- Energy storage using reversible galvanic cells (accumulator batteries)
- Zinc-oxygen cells


DIN A4 handbook, ring binding, b/w, 74 pages