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- Electrochemistry is a branch of chemistry that deals with the interconversion of chemical energy and electrical energy.
- All sorts of batteries, from those used to power a flashlight to a calculator to an automobile, rely on chemical reactions to generate electricity.
- Redox chemistry, the transfer of electrons, is behind all electrochemical processes.
- There are three components that make up an electrochemical reaction.
- There must be a solution where redox reactions can occur.
- These reactions generally take place in water to facilitate electron and ion movement.
- A conductor must exist for electrons to be transferred.