Ch 43: Electrochemistry

About This Chapter

Learn about electron flow, cathode and anode reactions, electrolytes, and other concepts in electrochemistry with engaging and convenient video lessons. Test your knowledge with lesson quizzes and a chapter exam to make sure you understand each concept.

MCAT: Electrochemistry - Chapter Summary

Add to and refresh your knowledge of electrochemisty by watching video lessons as you review for the MCAT. The video lessons in the electrochemistry chapter cover:

  • Cathode and anode half-cell reactions
  • Electron flow
  • Faraday's law relating amount of elements deposited at an electrode to current
  • Galvanic (voltaic) cells
  • Oxidation and reduction at the electrodes
  • Solutions, electrolytes and nonelectrolytes

Reviewing with these videos will help you understand key concepts and terms with simple, everyday examples and clear, accessible language.

MCAT: Electrochemistry - Chapter Objectives

The MCAT tests your readiness for medical school. You'll need to know general chemistry, organic chemistry, biology and physics concepts for the exam. Physical sciences questions make up one-fourth of the MCAT; the other three sections are biological sciences, verbal reasoning and the trial section.

The physical science section has a total of 52 questions. Of these, 13 are independent of all other questions, while the remaining 39 are based on seven passages given in the exam. Each passage requires 4-7 answers. This section will test both your knowledge of scientific concepts and your problem-solving abilities.

All of the questions on the MCAT are multiple choice. Our video lessons come with multiple-choice quizzes so you can see how well you've learned the material in each lesson. These quiz questions help you gain experience with the types of questions you see on the actual examination.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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