## E v E(standard)

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McKenna_4A
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### E v E(standard)

Could someone explain the difference between E and E(standard)?

ABombino_2J
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### Re: E v E(standard)

E standard is the E only under standard conditions.

Samuel G Rivera - Discussion 4I
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### Re: E v E(standard)

E(standard) is under standard conditions (1 atm pressure and 0 degrees C or 273 K) while E is more general and under any conditions depending on the problem.

Nathan Nakaguchi 1G
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### Re: E v E(standard)

E is the electromotive force of the system at any condition where $E^{0}$ is the electromotive force of a system at standard conditions 1M, 1atm, 273K.

Cooper Baddley 1F
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### Re: E v E(standard)

Anything standard is just that variable at standard conditions

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