sir/mam,What is a quin-hydrone electrode?also please tell the chemical reaction involved.thank you

Asked by abhijit | 4th Oct, 2013, 03:00: PM

Expert Answer:

The quinhydrone electrode is a type of redox electrode which can be used to measure the hydrogen ion concentration (pH) of a solution in a chemical experiment. It provides an alternative to the commonly used glass electrode in a pH meter.

The electrode half-reaction is:

Hydroquinone Quinone +  2H+ +  2e-

Answered by Hanisha Vyas | 4th Oct, 2013, 07:29: PM

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