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From the Standard Potential Table in your general chemistry textbook: Which reaction has been chosen as the 'standard' against which every other reaction is measured?


A. 2H+ + 2e–H2
B. Li+ + e–Li
C. O2 + 4H+ + 4e–2H2O
D. F2 + 2e–2F–
E. H2 + 2e–2H–

is it A

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    A it is.

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    It's A

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    A is the correct answer!

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    A is right :)

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