# What mass of copper is deposited from copper sulfate when a current of 0.22 A is passed through...

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What mass of copper is deposited from copper sulfate when a current of 0.22 A is passed through the solution for 15 minutes?

## Electrolysis:

Electrolysis is just opposite to the electrochemical cell. In electrolysis electrical energy is used to bring out the chemical reaction while in electrochemical cells the chemical energy is converted into electrical energy.

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- Current(I)= 0.22A
- Time (t) = 15 min = 900 s
- Q = {eq}I\times t {/eq}

Q = {eq}0.22\times 900 =198 \,C {/eq}

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