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STANDARD REDUCTION POTENTIALS IN AQUEOUS SOLUTION AT 25 ! C Half-reaction E ! () V 2 F( ) 2 ge ! " 3+ ! # 2F 2 " ! 2.87 Co e " # Co 1.82 3+ ! Au 3 e " # Au( ) s 1.50 2 Cl ( ) 2 ! " + # 2Cl ! 1.36 2 O( ) 4 H 4 ! "" ( ) l e ! # 2 2H O ! 1.23 2 Br ( ) 2 le ! " # 2Br 2+ 1.07 2Hg 2 " # 2 Hg 0.92 2+ 2 e ! " # Hg l 0.85 + ! Ag e " # s 0.80 2+ 2 2 e ! " # 2Hg() l 0.79 3+ ! Fe e " ! # ! 0.77 2 I( ) 2 se " + ! # 2I 0.53 Cu e " # Cu( ) s 0.52 2+ ! 2 e " # Cu( ) s 0.34 2+ ! e " 4+ ! # + 0.15 Sn 2 e " + # 0.15 S( ) 2 H 2 ! # 2 HS( ) g 0.14 + ! 2H 2 e " # 2 H( ) g 0.00 2+ ! Pb 2 e " 2+ ! # Pb( ) s –0.13 2 e " # Sn( ) s –0.14 2+ ! Ni 2 e " 2+ ! # Ni( ) s –0.25 2 e " 2+ ! # Co( ) s –0.28 Cd 2 e " # Cd( ) s –0.40 3+ ! Cr e " 2+ ! # 2+ –0.41 2 e " # Fe( ) s –0.44 3+ ! 3 e " # Cr( ) s –0.74 2+ ! Zn 2 e " # Zn( ) s –0.76 2 2H O( ) 2 " 2+ ! ! + 2 OH ! # 2 g –0.83 Mn 2 e " 3+ ! # Mn( ) s –1.18 Al 3 e " 2+ ! # Al( ) s –1.66 Be 2 e " # Be( )
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