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Why Standard Hydrogen Electrode act both as a Cathode and Anode | Electrochemistry

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Why Standard Hydrogen Electrode act both as a Cathode and Anode ?

Depending on the other electrode coupled with the standard hydrogen electrode, it can be act as a cathode or anode.

Why Standard hydrogen electrode which is used as a reference electrode ,is also known as reversible electrode?

Reason:

It act both as a Cathode & Anode ,therefore ,it is also called reference electrode.

Example of SHE as a cathode & Anode

SHE act as Cathode

                   When SHE coupled with Zinc electrode

SHE act as Anode

 When SHE coupled with Copper electrode

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