|Nov12-11, 06:08 PM||#1|
Can you get redox potential from dissolved oxygen in water?
I am trying to get the Eh (or pe) of water samples which I took last summer. I didn't measure it directly at the time. I do have dissolved oxygen values from each site. Is there a way to convert dO2 into Eh? All the dO2 values were in the 80-100% range.
Alternatively, is there a way to convert dO2 into oxygen fugacity?
I am hoping to make phase diagrams for the speciation of dissolved metals in a river.
|Nov13-11, 03:45 AM||#2|
Sounds like you should use Nernst equation.
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