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In an oxidation–reduction reaction, electrons flow from the substance that is oxidized, which loses electrons to the substance being reduced, which gains electrons. In a voltaic cell, the flow of electrons accompanying a spontaneous oxidation–reduction reaction occurs via an external pathway, and an electric current is produced. What factors determine the ability of a voltaic cell to produce electricity?


  • Oxidation & Reduction
  • Activity Series
  • Standard Reduction Potential