Chemistry, asked by ababdulrahim4582, 10 days ago

What is the charge of cathode??


Answered by Akash7766


\mathtt{Here\:is\:ur\:@nswer} :

In a galvanic (voltaic) cell, the anode is considered negative and the cathodeis considered positive. This seems reasonable as the anode is the source of electrons and cathode is where the electrons flow. However, in an electrolytic cell, the anode is taken to be positive while the cathode is now negative.

Answered by TanyaTanvi

the charge of the cathode is negative.

hope it is helpful...

please follow me....

mark it as brainlist....

arik86: main be bhout veek hoo math
arik86: main
TanyaTanvi: oo
TanyaTanvi: ok bye
TanyaTanvi: I'm going
arik86: hlo
TanyaTanvi: hi
arik86: hlo
arik86: hy
arik86: hlo
Similar questions