(a) Here is an electrode reaction: `Cu -> Cu^(2+) + 2e^(-)` At which electrode (anode or cathode) would such a

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Q 3131112922.     (a) Here is an electrode reaction:


`Cu -> Cu^(2+) + 2e^(-)`

At which electrode (anode or cathode) would such a reaction take place? Is this an example of
oxidation or reduction?

(b) Why is carbon tetrachloride, which is a liquid, a non-electrolyte?

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