This video is about Electrochemistry and explains in details the Standard Reduction Potential. After watching this video, you should be able to:

Know that the standard hydrogen potential is a reference potential (Zero).

Recognize that the standard reduction potentials are measured in reference of the standard hydrogen electrode.

Describe the make-up of a Galvanic cell involving a given chemical reaction.

Understand that the E-cell of a galvanic cell is a combination of the potentials of the two half reactions.

Calculate the standard cell potential value for a given redox reaction.

Know that, for a galvanic cells, E-cell must be greater than zero.

Write the line notation a Galvanic cell.

Construct an electrochemical cell diagram, including identifying the anode, cathode, direction of electron flow, sign of the electrodes, direction of ion flow in salt bridge, from a redox reaction or from short hand cell notation.