Nernst equation

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&nbsp;The Nernt equation, named after Walther Nernst, outputs the equilibrium constant of a given ion from the ion concentration, temperature and valanve electron number.  
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&nbsp;The Nernt equation, named after [[Walther Nernst|Walther Nernst]], outputs the [[equilibrium constant|equilibrium constant]] of a given [[ion|ion]] from the ion concentration, [[temperature|temperature]] and [[valance electron|valance electron]] number.  
  
 
<math>E_ion=(-R × T)/(z × F)×ln⁡〖(([〖Ion〗_in])/([〖Ion〗_out])〗)</math>
 
<math>E_ion=(-R × T)/(z × F)×ln⁡〖(([〖Ion〗_in])/([〖Ion〗_out])〗)</math>

Revision as of 11:27, 5 December 2018

 The Nernt equation, named after Walther Nernst, outputs the equilibrium constant of a given ion from the ion concentration, temperature and valance electron number.

<math>E_ion=(-R × T)/(z × F)×ln⁡〖(([〖Ion〗_in])/([〖Ion〗_out])〗)</math>

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