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    When to use standard reduction potential table and when for standard electrode potentials table? they look so similar!
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    (Original post by mystreet091234)
    When to use standard reduction potential table and when for standard electrode potentials table? they look so similar!
    They are the same.
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    (Original post by charco)
    They are the same.
    I'm taking edexcel there are two tables in their booklet
    It's confusing
    what's the point in having two tables with different names?
 
 
 
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