## standard conditions

$E_{cell} = E_{cell}^{\circ}-\frac{RT}{nF}\ln Q$

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### standard conditions

in this case, what does standard conditions mean?

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Standard Condition is always going to be 1M when dealing with concentrations, 1 atm when dealing with pressures at 273.15K.

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all solutes present at 1 mol/L and all gases at 1 bar

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Standard Condition is always going to be 1mol/L and all gases at 1 bar with a temperature of 273.15K.

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standard conditions refers to a 1M solution at 1 atm and 273.15 K

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Solutes with a concentration of 1M and gases of 1 atm at 273.15K are in standard condition.

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Standard condition is 1M solution at 1 atm, with temperature of 273.15 K.

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Standard Conditions at 273.15K when dealing with concentrations is 1M, and when dealing with pressure is 1 atm.

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standard conditions means 1M concentration, 1 bar pressure, and at a temperature of 273.15K

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