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Chemical Kinetics

ΔG = -n ℱ ΔE = - R T ln K'eq = - R T ln { [products] / [reactants] }
Equivalent to 96.5 kJ V-1 mol-1
ΔEDifference between two half reactions.
E = E° + (RT/nℱ) ln { [products, electron acceptors] / [reactants, electron donors] }
T298 K usually. For this value, then RT/ℱ is equal to .026 V.
EElectrode potential.
Equilibrium coefficient for the reaction.