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Current is applied to an aqueous solution of calcium sulfide. Multiple choice help please??!

What is produced at the cathode?
A) H2(g)
B) S(s)
C) O2(g)
D) Ca(s)

What is produced at the anode?
A) O2(g)
B) H2(g)
C) Ca(s)
D) S(s)

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asked by Sam
Mar 30, 2013
I don’t know about the over voltage associated with these ions. Over voltage not withstanding, H2 at the cathode and O2 at the anode. S(s) (from S^2-) is VERY close.

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posted by DrBob222
Mar 30, 2013
H2 (g) is produced at the cathode. S (s) is produced at the anode. Just compare reduction potentials.

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posted by OHernandez
May 11, 2013
H2 (g) at cathode
S (s) at anode

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posted by Baeley
Apr 14, 2015

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