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Standard electric potential is the electric potential of a galvanic cell measured under standard conditions. How to calculate: E(cell) = E(cathode) - E(anode). You can get E(cathode) and E(anode) from the half reactions that happen at the cathode and anode.
In addition ,The relative reactivities of different half cells can be used to compare the direction of electron flow. A higher means there is a greater tendency for reduction to occur, while a lower one means there is a greater tendency for oxidation to occur.
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