Applications of Eletrochemistry

Electrochemistry has a number of disparate uses, particularly in industry. The principles of cells are used to compose electrical batteries. A fuel cell converts the chemical potential energy produced by the oxidation of fuels (e.g. hydrogen gas, hydrocarbons, alcohols) into electrical energy. Electrolytic cell can be used for electroplating. One of the most distinct applications of electrochemistry is batteries. Another application and also the most important Electrochemistry are highly used nowadays due to high demand for electronic appliances like laptops, mobile phone, mp3 players. Batteries highly used in digital watches and digital cameras. Batteries are largely used in electric cars. Purification of metals can also be performed by electrolysis. Electrochemistry finds a broad range of application in analysis. Instrumental measurement of PH is based on measure of electrode potential in a galvanic cell where one of the electrode is sensitive to PH.  Other examples are electrooxidation, electrodeposition, electrocoagulation electrodialysis.

Electrochemistry has a number of disparate uses, particularly in industry. The principles of cells are used to compose electrical batteries. A fuel cell converts the chemical potential energy produced by the oxidation of fuels (e.g. hydrogen gas, hydrocarbons, alcohols) into electrical energy. Electrolytic cell can be used for electroplating. One of the most distinct applications of electrochemistry is batteries. 

  • Torches
  • Electrical appliances
  • Digital cameras
  • Digital watches
  • Military applications
  • Hearing aids

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