## Nernst Equation Calculator

E = E_{0} – (RT/nF) * ln(Q)

Enter the values to calculate the electrode potential using the Nernst equation.

## Nernst Equation Calculator

The Nernst Equation Calculator is used to calculate the electrode potential of a half-cell in an electrochemical cell, which is dependent on the concentration of ions and temperature. This equation is vital in electrochemistry for predicting the voltage of electrochemical cells, understanding battery performance, and studying redox reactions.

**How to Use**:

**Open the Tool**: Navigate to the Nernst Equation Calculator page.**Enter the Values**:**Standard Electrode Potential (E₀)**: Enter the standard electrode potential in volts (V). This value is typically provided in electrochemical tables.**Temperature (T)**: Enter the temperature in Kelvin (K). Ensure the value is above absolute zero.**Number of Electrons (n)**: Enter the number of electrons transferred in the redox reaction.**Reaction Quotient (Q)**: Enter the reaction quotient, which is the ratio of the concentrations of the products to reactants.

**Calculate the Electrode Potential**:- Click the "Calculate" button to determine the electrode potential using the Nernst equation.

**View the Result**:- The result will display in the result box, showing the calculated electrode potential in volts (V).

**Reset**:- To clear the input fields and the result, click the "Reset" button.

### Example Use:

**Scenario**: Calculate the electrode potential for a reaction at standard electrode potential E0=0.76 VE₀ = 0.76 \, VE0=0.76V, temperature T=298 KT = 298 \, KT=298K, number of electrons n=2n = 2n=2, and reaction quotient Q=0.01Q = 0.01Q=0.01.

**Standard Electrode Potential (E₀)**:`0.76 V`

**Temperature (T)**:`298 K`

**Number of Electrons (n)**:`2`

**Reaction Quotient (Q)**:`0.01`

Click "Calculate" and the tool will display the electrode potential result in volts.

This tool provides a simple and efficient way to calculate the electrode potential using the Nernst equation, essential for various electrochemical analyses.