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The absolute electrode may be expressed also in terms of thermodynamic quantities describing the electrode reaction by means of the BornM s Figure 8. The physical meaning of the absolute electrode potential. , for the standard hydrogen electrode in the form22,73–75. EH ,W (abs) = (∆Gat + Gion + α HW+)/F o o o (18) where the right side of the equation contains the energies of atomization (dissociation), ionization of hydrogen, and real hydration of the hydrogen ion. 02 eV (19) o ,W In the calculation of EH the standard Volta potential of the calomel electrode found by Randles has been used48 (see Section V).

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