During oxidation-reduction reactions, a material loses electrons to the oxidizer, which has a positive charge. Which power source directs th

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During oxidation-reduction reactions, a material loses electrons to the oxidizer, which has a positive charge. Which power source directs these lost electrons through an electronic device to give it power?

A. An electric outlet
B. An electromagnet
C. An electric motor
D. A battery

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    2021-09-02T05:41:42+00:00

    Answer:

    D. A battery.

    Explanation:

    A battery cell refers to a single anode and cathode separated by electrolyte used to produce a voltage and current. It is typically an electrolytic cell.

    An electrolytic cell is an electrochemical cell that drives a non-spontaneous redox reaction through the application of electrical energy. They are often used to decompose chemical compounds, in a process called electrolysis.

    The anode which is positive electrode undergoes oxidation i.e loss of electrons while the cathode(negative) undergoes reduction that is, accept electrons.

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    2021-09-02T05:42:06+00:00

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    D. Battery

    During the oxidation-reduction(redox) reaction, there is always flow of electrons from one point to another. The electrons are then converted to power through the battery which converts chemical energy to electrical energy. If there is zero flow of electrons then there will also be zero power.

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