## Determing salt bridge

$\Delta G^{\circ} = -nFE_{cell}^{\circ}$

anthonyhc3I
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### Determing salt bridge

I know inert electrodes are named first and last in naming the reaction but for instance if there isn't a inert electrode named specifically are we supposed to assume there is one and name a general inert electrode?

PriyaKohli3B
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### Re: Determing salt bridge

Yes you can use copper, that is a common one to use!

Zoraya
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### Re: Determing salt bridge

Its usually a metal, Lead is also a good electrode.

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### Re: Determing salt bridge

In the course reader it mentioned platinum being an inert conductor does this mean it's also in the salt bridge?

Nasir_Ahmed
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### Re: Determing salt bridge

^ I'm pretty sure it's just any metal.