I had a look at an online page for redox titrations (http://www.titrations.info/potentiometric-titration-equivalence-point-calculation). I can extend my understanding of that page far enough to say that for two half-reactions v(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); _{A}A + v_{e1}e^{-}⇔ v_{B}B (v_{Species}is the stoichiometric coefficient) and v_{C}C + v_{e2}e^{-}⇔ v_{D}D, the point at which [A] = v_{A}/v_{D}* [D] and [ B] = v_{B}/v_{C}* [C] is the equivalence point.

However, what is the definition of the redox equivalence point if we instead have the following reactions occurring:

v_{A}A + v_{B}B +...+ v_{e1}e^{-}⇔ v_{C}C + v_{D}D and v_{E}E + v_{F}F +...+ v_{e2}e^{-}⇔ v_{G}G + v_{H}H

And how, in these cases, can we calculate the potential at the equivalence point? (The linked web-page only goes through a more basic case.)

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# Redox equivalence point

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