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please explain the difference between Ecell and Eocell(E not cell)

6 years ago


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Dear Deeksha,

The standard electrode potentials are given at standard conditions. However, real cells may operate under non-standard conditions. Given the standard potential of the half-cell, its potential at non-standard effective concentrations can be calculated using the Nernst Equation:

E_{\text{half-cell}} = E^\circ - \frac{RT}{nF}\ln Q



Sagar Singh Chemical Engg

IIT Delhi

6 years ago

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