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What is the uses of standard electrode?


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Advantages of the Standard electrode potential?

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How are standard electrode potentials determined for the half-cells listed in the Standard Reduction Potentials table?

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What is an hydrogen electrode?

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What is the difference between standard hydrogen electrode and calomel electrode?

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What is difference between standard hydrogen electrode and normal hydrogen electrode?

The normal hydrogen electrode (NHE) consist of immersing a platinum electrode into a solution of 1N acid solution (usually achieved by bubbling hydrogen gas through the solution at 1 atm). The standard hydrogen electrode (SHE) is the potential of a platinum electrode in a theoretical solution of H+ is 1 mol/L.


Why is platinum coated with platinum black used in the standard hydrogen electrode?

The platinum black provides a very high surface area that promotes the speed of reaction at the electrode and thereby virtually eliminates overpotential at the standard hydrogen electrode. An overpotential would lead to misleading values of potential of other electrodes compared with a standard hydrogen electrode that manifested overpotential.


Is Standard Calomel Electrode can act as cathode?

SCE can act as both anode and cathode according to the nature of other electrode.


What is an advantage of using a calomel electrode?

A calomel electrode is a much more practical electrode than a Standard Hydrogen Electrode (SHE). The Standard Hydrogen Electrode has a defined potential (by international agreement ) of 0.00Volts which makes calculations easy but it is not practical for on-site measurements and other situations. The calomel electrode is very practical and very robust and is one of the most common electrodes used in corrosion studies etc. They are also relatively low cost.


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How are standard electrode potentials listed in the Standard Reduction Potentials table?

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