Galvanic cell comprised of two beakers, a salt bridge, wires and a volt meter
Electrodes: zinc, silver, copper and hydrogen
Electrolyte solutions: silver nitrate, copper (II) nitrate, zinc nitrate and hydrochloric acid.
Part 1: Pre-Lab Questions
REMEMBER: a hypothesis is a guess based on previous knowledge. Try using the format IF…THEN…BECAUSE to appropriately formulate your hypotheses. You must include the reason why you think what will happen will happen. You may base it on previous chemistry (or physics) courses etc.
Part 2: The Lab
Perform enough tests using the materials provided to test your hypotheses.
Record your procedure (the electrodes and electrolyte solutions used) and your observations (the voltage produced at each test). This can be done together in a chart type format if you like.
Part 3: Conclusions
Write a conclusion for the lab and state whether or not each hypothesis should be accepted or rejected and why.
Part 4: Post-Lab Questions
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