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Nernst Equation |

Solution: All potentials in tables of standard reduction potentials are measured with respect to the standard hydrogen electrode as cathode, which is considered to have a potential of
a. +1.76 V.
b. +1.00 V.

All potentials in tables of standard reduction potentials are measured with respect to the standard hydrogen electrode as cathode, which is considered to have a potential of

a. +1.76 V.

b. +1.00 V.

c. -1.00 V.

d. 0.00 V.

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