A) B) here nitrogen and bromine are the oxidants that will be reduced at the CATHODE
C) correct, here oxygen will be reduced at the cathode
D) and E) electrolytes are in aqueous solutions, they don’t need to be heated to mix (ex: NaCl in water) so they’re not molten
hey, thank you for replying , bur for C , doesn’t it say that Hydrogen is produced in the cathode? I thought oxygen would get electron and get reduced in cathode .
how come this is the correct answer?
Hi! I typed it wrong O will be oxidized at the anode, and H will be reduced at the cathode, according to the periodic table trend
Sorry for the confusion
no that is totally fine, thank you for the explanation