At this time there is no way to specify the type of reference electrode (e.g. ) used in an experiment. Therefore, all experiment results are with respect to whatever electrode was actually used. That is, there is no automatic offsetting to adjust results to match any standard reference electrode (e.g. ).
However, it is possible to manually offset the data measurements (see sections below).
Find offset from table of reference electrode potentials
To manually offset the data measurements, the stable redox potential of the reference electrode is needed (click here for the potentials of various electrodes).
To illustrate, the potential for a single-junction filled with saturated is . Therefore the offset is s ( in other words, voltage measured using the was greater than it would have been if an had been used ).