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abhishek indrajit karadkar Grade: 12
        

explain the preferential discharge theory and about discharge potential of ions.

7 years ago

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SAGAR SINGH - IIT DELHI
879 Points
										Dear abhishek,

According to this theory “If more than one type of ion is attracted towards a particular electrode, then the ion is discharged one which requires least energy or ions with lower discharge potential or which occur low in the electrochemical series".


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Sagar Singh

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7 years ago
Ram Prasad
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If more than one type of ions are attracted towards a particular electrode , then the one discharged is the ion which requires the least energy . The potential at which the ion is discharged or deposited at the appropriate electrode is termed as the discharged or deposition potential and this discharge potential varies from ion to ion 
one year ago
Padmanabha Raula
13 Points
										It states that if more than one type of ions are attracted to a particular electrode, then the ion which is discharged, is the ion which requires the least energy.
										
2 months ago
amit kumar
21 Points
										When more than one cation and anion are present in solution then which ion will first discharge is given by this theory
										
one month ago
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