electrode potential (transition metal)

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Hi, I'm studying how a transition metal (t.m.) effects the decomposition of vitamin C. Vitamin C decomposes naturally in the presence of air. The electrode potential value of vitamin C decomp is +0.06 and for oxygen it is +0.40.
There are many different t.m. catalysts with different electrode potential values e.g. fe2+, fe3+, cu2+ ect. My question is what t.m. will be best relating to its electrode potential value? e.g. should it be in-between 0.06-0.40 or below or even above? And why?


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