A calibration curve plotting E

A calibration curve plotting E vs. pTi is used to measure theconcentration of Ti2 in solution at 25 °C using a solid Tielectrode. What is the slope of the calibration curve?


This exercise is solved from the begining to the end. Thereaction should take place toward the reduction of Ti2+to Ti taking or toward the oxidation of Ti to Ti2+giving 2 electrons.

Its potentials are solved by Nernst equation.

In thereduction:                      which potential E0= -1.63V

The Nernst potential is:

Then, its respective graph is:

On? the other hand, itsoxidation is:    and its standard potential is E0=1.63V

It Nernst potential equation is:

Its graph is the next one:

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