Electromotive Series

The electrode potential of a material according to decreasing tendency to release electrons with hydrogen as zero.

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Aluminium 1.67 VClip Antimony -0.1 VClip Arsenic -0.3 VClip
Barium 2.9 VClip Beryllium 1.7 VClip Bismuth -0.226 VClip
Brass -0.47 VClip Bromine -1.06 VClip Bronze -0.47 VClip
Cadmium 0.4 VClip Caesium 3.02 VClip Calcium 2.87 VClip
Chlorine -1.36 VClip Chromium 0.71 VClip Cobalt 0.28 VClip
Copper -0.47 VClip Fluorine -3.03 VClip Gallium 0.5 VClip
Gold -1.42 VClip Hydrogen 0 VClip Indium 0.336 VClip
Iodine -0.53 VClip Iron 0.44 VClip Lanthanum 2.37 VClip
Lead 0.13 VClip Lithium 3.02 VClip Magnesium 2.4 VClip
Manganese 1.05 VClip Mercury Hg -0.85 VClip Monel -0.47 VClip
Nickel 0.25 VClip Oxygen -0.397 VClip Palladium -0.83 VClip
Platinum -1.2 VClip Polonium -0.4 VClip Potassium 2.92 VClip
Rubidium 2.99 VClip Silicon -0.26 VClip Silver -0.8 VClip
Sodium 2.71 VClip Stainless Steel -0.09 VClip Steel 0.45 VClip
Strontium 2.89 VClip Sulphur 0.51 VClip Tellurium 0.827 VClip
Thallium 0.33 VClip Tin 0.14 VClip Uranium 1.4 VClip
Water -1.23 VClip Zinc 0.76 VClip<
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See also: Cementation, Galvanic Series, Periodic Table.

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Subjects: Chemistry Physics