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Do following half-reactions have electrode potential that depends on pH? I know H+ or OH- ions wouldn't be included in Nernst equation for these, but would pH affect chemical balance in these reactions, and therefore electrode potentials?
Br2+2e- :rarrow: 2Br-
Cl2+2e- :rarrow: 2Cl-
I2+2e- :rarrow: 2I-
S2O8+2e- :rarrow: 2SO42-


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Re: Do following half-reactions have electrode potential that depends on pH?
« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2019, 06:53:30 PM »
Please don't cross post. You have already asked this question and got an answer.

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