We're doing electrochemistry this week and this concept confuses greatly. I know that voltage is the work per unit charge. And electrons move from high potential(is this voltage as well?) to low potential- what is meant by this by the way? How is this related to standard reduction potential? If electrons move from the anode(which I would assume is high potential), should it not have a higher potential(Eo) than the cathode? I know I'm mixing up a lot of concepts here but can anyone clear it up? Thank you.