- 1 Overview: Redox and Electrode Potentials
- 2 Writing Half Equations
- 3 Combining Half Equations
- 4 Redox Titrations 1
- 5 Redox Titrations 2
- 6 Thiosulphate Titrations 1
- 7 Thiosulphate Titrations 2
- 8 Electrode Potentials 1
- 9 Electrode Potentials 2
- 10 Fuel Cells Introduction
- 11 Advantages and Disadvantages of Fuel Cell Vehicles
Overview: Redox and Electrode Potentials
This is an overview of Topic 26: Redox and Electrode Potentials. It includes half cells, oxidation and reduction reactions, how to measurement standard electrode potential and set-up of apparatus .
Writing Half Equations
Video demonstrating how to write half equations when reactant and product is known including examples.
Combining Half Equations
This video shows how to combine half equations to generate the overall redox equation and expresses roles of substances of reducing and oxidising agents.
Redox Titrations 1
Video introducing redox titration using two examples involving Fe2+ and MnO4- ions.
Redox Titrations 2
This video contains more typical exam style questions on redox titration involving scaling factors.
Thiosulphate Titrations 1
This video describes the method for thiosulphate titrations including two calculations involving copper 2+ ions.
Thiosulphate Titrations 2
Video containing 3 worked trickier thiosulphate titrations calculations.
Electrode Potentials 1
This video explains the importance of standard electrode potential value in predicting reactions.
Electrode Potentials 2
This video shows the setup of apparatus to measure the electrode potentials.
Fuel Cells Introduction
This video explains what a fuel cell is and how hydrogen fuel cells work.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Fuel Cell Vehicles
This video explores the advantages and disadvantages of fuel cell vehicles.