The difference in Potential Energy between the Anode and Cathode in a voltaic sell. This depends on the relative ease with which the oxidizing agent is reduced at the Cathode and the reducing agent is oxidized at the Anode. The Cell Potential under standard conditions is called Standard EMF cell.
- Current - amp
- Time - sec
- Potential - volts
- Charge - C
- Energy - J
- Electrochemical series, given by standard reduction potential
The one on the top is Cathode. The one on the bottom is Anode.
To make a cell. (electrochemical cell) In the series.
EMF = Electromotive Force
At Equilibrium :
- and are strong oxidizing agents
- Li and Na are more reducing, very reactive (Prefer to be