Answer to Question #182326 in General Chemistry for Timothy Joseph

Question #182326

A quantity of electricity liberates 3.6g of silver from it's salt. What mass of alluminium will be liberated from it's salt by the same quantity of electricity?


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Expert's answer
2021-04-19T05:10:47-0400

If 108g of Ag = 95600C

3.6g of Ag =

"\\frac{(95600 \u00d7 3.6)}{ 108} = 3217\u00b0C" (nearest whole number)


27g of aluminum = 286800C

Xg of aluminum = 3217C

"\\frac{27\u00d7 3217} { 286800 }= 0.30g"




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