Q. 35

What is electrode potential?

Answer :

The potential difference developed between an electrode and electrolyte is called the electrode potential. When the potential is measured under standard conditions, i.e. when the concentration of all species in a half-cell is unity, then it is called standard electrode potential.

By convention, the standard electrode potential is always the reduction potential.


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