Definition- Electrode Potential

Electrode potential 
An electrode in contact with an electrolyte solution of same ionic nature (Example, Cu electrode in CuSO4 solution, Zn electrode in ZnSO4 solution) tends to either undergo oxidation or reduction due to which there develops a charge separation creating a potential difference. 
Definition Electrode Potential
The potential difference is called the electrode potential, and when measured under standard condition of 1M electrolyte concentration, 298 K temperature, and 1 bar atmospheric pressure (if gas is involved), it is called standard electrode potential and is represented as Eo

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