Nernst Equation at 25 degrees?
Posted: Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:31 pm
On the bottom of Page 51 of the Course Reader, it displays the Nernst Equation. Then, on the next page, it says that at 25 degrees Celsius, it has 2.303RT/F = 0.059V, then E (cell) = E (standard) - 0.0592 / n Log (10) Q. Where did the "2.303" come from? And shouldn't it be lnQ as it is in the Nernst Equation instead of Log (10) Q?