Please help me with the following problem:

*During the electrolysis of copper sulphate solution with copper electrodes, how many coulombs of electricity should pass to oxidise half gram atom of copper to \(\ce{Cu^{2+}}\) ions?*

Please help me with a formula, hint or a solution. Every help is greatly appreciated.

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TopNewestUse farraday's laws of electrolysis. It states the relation between mass of ions deposited with current passed and equivalent mass of the ion.

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Thanks for the help :)

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@Akhil Bansal @Rishabh Cool @Nihar Mahajan @Mehul Arora

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Me at Chemistry = Lebron James at cricket.

(P.S. I am not calling myself Lebron james, it was just an example.)

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