normal hydrogen electrode

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normal hydrogen electrode (plural normal hydrogen electrodes)

  1. (physics, chemistry) Alternative name for the standard hydrogen electrode; an electrode with a standard electrode potential of zero; used as a standard against which other electrodes are measured.

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  • NHE (initialism)

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