Problem: Copper can be electroplated at the cathode of an electrolysis cell by the half-reaction:Cu2+(aq) + 2 e– → Cu(s)How much time would it take for 325 mg of copper to be plated at a current of 5.6 A?

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Copper can be electroplated at the cathode of an electrolysis cell by the half-reaction:

Cu2+(aq) + 2 e → Cu(s)

How much time would it take for 325 mg of copper to be plated at a current of 5.6 A?

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