## E^o(cell) vs. Ecell

Mya Majewski 1L
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### E^o(cell) vs. Ecell

Whats the difference between the two?

Andrea Zheng 1H
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### Re: E^o(cell) vs. Ecell

Eocell is the standard state cell potential, meaning the condition of [1M] for solutes or 1 bar for gases is met. Ecell is the cell potential at non standard state conditions. You can use the Nernst equation to find Ecell using Eocell.

Simmi Diwanji 2B
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### Re: E^o(cell) vs. Ecell

They are generally the same, but E(nought) is just the cell potential at standard conditions.

905084274
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### Re: E^o(cell) vs. Ecell

^o means it is at standard conditions, this also can be applied to G or S

Yiting_Gong_4L
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### Re: E^o(cell) vs. Ecell

E^ocell just means the cell potential at standard state. Ecell is the nonstandard state conditions.

Arta Kasaeian 2C
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### Re: E^o(cell) vs. Ecell

E^o Cell is the cell potential at standard state, which doesn't change based on concentration (or any other reason, only having its sign switched if the reaction is reverse) while E cell is not at standard conditions and changes.

daniella_knight1I
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### Re: E^o(cell) vs. Ecell

E^o is the cell potential in standard conditions. E^cell is when it is in non standard conditions and that's when you use the nernst equation.