Explain the construction and working of calomel electrode , Electrical Engineering

1.  Explain the construction and working of Calomel electrode

2.  Derive an expression for the electrode potential of a glass electrode.

3.  What are ion selective electrodes?  Explain the working principle of an ion selective electrode.

4.  Explain the construction and working of Silver-Silver chloride electrode.

5.  What are the advantages and disadvantages of glass electrode?

6. Two copper electrodes placed in copper sulphate solutions of equal concentration are connected to form a concentration cell. (1) What is the cell voltage? (2) If one of the solutions is diluted until the concentration of Cu2+ ions is 1/5th of its original value, what will be the cell voltage after dilution?

 

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