Chemistry

What symbol is used to show the standard reduction potential of an oxidation reaction in a half cell? The sub means what follows is a subscript So the 0 is a superscript and the sub is its subscript

E^0 sub cell***
E^0 sub red
E^0 sub oxid
All of the above

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