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http://www.uccs.edu/Documents/chemistry/nsf/106%20Expt9V-GalvanicCell.pdf

1) voltages listed in reference for voltaic cells are given in terms of standard cell potential (voltages). What is a standard cell? Was your initial voltaic cell a standard cell?
asked Apr 25, 2015 in CHEMISTRY by heather Apprentice

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Step 1:

standard cell - a primary cell used as a standard of electromotive force.

A standard electrode potential is the individual potential of a reversible electrode at standard state.

A voltaic cell producing a constant and accurately known electromotive force that can be used to calibrate voltage-measuring instruments.

answered Apr 25, 2015 by yamin_math Mentor

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