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Redox Chemistry

Discussion in 'Science' started by jdowne, Apr 10, 2012.

  1. nitrate to nitrite = + 0.94 NO3 1- +3H+ HNO2 + H2O Pt
    chlorite to chloride = + 0.89 ClO- + H2O Cl- + 2OH - Pt
  2. peterdevon

    peterdevon New commenter

  3. Thanx. This is EXACTLY what I was looking for. Could you tell me from where the data comes? I have searched everywhere without any luck! The Wiki-pedia has the best table of potentials but I couldn't find the necessary pieces there to do the calculations.

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