Describes the standard hydrogen electrode and its uses in determining reduction potentials.
Explains how reduction potentials are defined and gives the values for a few.
Calculating E°[cell] (Electromotive force - EMF)
Illustrates the standard hydrogen electrode and explains that it is defined as having a potential of zero.
Recognizing differences in reduction potential based on EÂ°
Reviews the standard hydrogen electrode and its uses in determining reduction potentials.
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