Electrochemistry is the study of production or consumption of electrical energy in a chemical reaction.

Many chemicals are formed by chemical reactions in which electricity is used. For example: sodium hydroxide, chlorine, fluorine etc.

Electrochemical cells:

I. Galvanic or voltaic cell:

Gibbs-Helmholtz Equation : The chemists Gibbs and Helmhotz derived a mathematical way to find the value of Gibbs energy as follows:

∆G = ∆H + T(d(∆G)/dT)p

Updated on 9 Aug 2019…

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