Voltaic cell lab

Unit 8: Redox reactions
Lesson 6 of 7

Objective: Students will be be able to build and characterize important parameters of a voltaic cell.

Big Idea: Voltaic cells consist of two half-cells. At the anode, oxidation occurs, and at the cathode reduction occurs. Electrons flowing from the anode half-cell to the cathode half-cell can be harnessed to do work.

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