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Grade: 12th pass
        
what is the use of salt bridge in a electrolytic cell?
please explain it,i know it is for charge neutrality..
3 months ago

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Arun
21041 Points
							The purpose of a salt bridge is not to move electrons from the electrolyte, rather it's to maintain charge balance because the electrons are moving from one-half cell to the other. The electrons flow from the anode to the cathode.
						
3 months ago
aeysha
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a salt bridge is a U-shaped bridge connected between 2 solutions.it provides an electric contact between the 2 solutions without allowing them to mix with each other. the salt bridge contains a solution of potassium chloride or ammonium nitrate usually boiled and cooled to a jelly like solution.
3 months ago
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