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1. ### Faraday's Electrolysis Forumlae question

OH OK i got it now... all clear now...after i saw that last equationi got it. its A.L.L clear now thanks a million maverick280857 Regards, Philip
2. ### Faraday's Electrolysis Forumlae question

wait wait wait...what your trying to say is that i need to work out the number of moles of electrons required. because the copper to electron ratio is a 1:2 ratio, i just divide the no. of moles of electrons by 2 and that gives me the no. of moles of copper and i get the mass from there, by...
3. ### Faraday's Electrolysis Forumlae question

but according to what ur saying...if i do it that way, it only gives me the number of moles of electrons. how to i find the mass of copper using the number of moles of electrons given. i can't see the relationship between the copper and the electrons. or maybe I'm a bit dud i i don't...
4. ### Faraday's Electrolysis Forumlae question

i have a practical assesment i need to complete at school and i come across this problem...i am to electroplate a 20 cent coin with a layer copper, i have all the experiment setup but I'm a bit confused abit about the faraday formula... one of the calculations i need to work out is the...
5. ### Inverse square law .intensity-brightness-luminosity-distance

Inverse square law...intensity-brightness-luminosity-distance can anyone help me answer this question please --------------------- recall the inverse square law of intensity of light and use it to relate the brightness of a star to its luminosity and distance from an observer...
6. ### Physics.nature of emission of radiation from atoms

reply thanks peoples for your help...i have more than enough now...all thanks 2 ur help
7. ### Physics.nature of emission of radiation from atoms

Physics...nature of emission of radiation from atoms Hi everyone i am a Yr 11 student studying physics and i recently got an assignment that consists of a question that i cannot find thouroughly on the internet...hopeing people of this forum can help me... my question is...