Electrochemical Equivalent Of Cu In The Reaction: Cu+2 + 2e = Cu Is:

The given reaction is:

Cu+2 + 2e- → Cu.

Electrochemical equivalence = \( \frac{Equivalent\; mass}{F} = Z \)

Equivalent mass of Cu = \(\frac{Molar\; mass}{Valency} \) \(\Rightarrow\frac{M}{2}\\\Rightarrow\frac{63.5}{2} \)

The value of F = 96500.

⇒ Z = \( \frac{63.5}{2 \;* \;96500} \)

Therefore, the electrochemical equivalent of Cu in the given chemical reaction is \(\frac{63.5}{2 \;* \;96500} \)

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