How would you determine the standard electrode potential of
The standard electrode potential of
Mg2+| Mg can be measured
with respect to the standard hydrogen electrode, represented by
A cell, consisting of Mg |
1 M) as the anode and the standard hydrogen electrode as
the cathode, is set up.
Then, the emf of the cell is measured and this measured emf
is the standard electrode potential of the magnesium
Here, for the standard
hydrogen electrode is zero.
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