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Redox Reactions Calculator

Calculate the electrode potential for a half-reaction, with inputs being the concentrations and stoichiometric coefficients of the reactants and products, and the number of electrons transferred:

Input Values:

Standard Reduction Potentials (volts) =

Concentration of Reactant A (molar)= M Stoichiometric Coefficient of Reactant A=
Concentration of Reactant B (molar)= M Stoichiometric Coefficient of Reactant B=
Concentration of Product C (molar)= M Stoichiometric Coefficient of Product C=
Concentration of Product D (molar)= M Stoichiometric Coefficient of Product D=
Number of electrons transferred (n)=


Standard Potential E0
(from table) =
volts E (calculated)= volts

Input Values:

Potential of first half-reaction (be careful with sign!)= Potential of second half-reaction (be careful with sign!)=


E (calculated)= volts

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