How is electrolytic conduction different from metallic conduction ?

Asked by bhanu_kumar | 8th Aug, 2009, 08:24: AM

Expert Answer:

Metallic conduction is due to availability of free electrons in the metal which move when an electric potential difference is applied across the terminals of metal conductor.

In electrolytic conduction, it's the movement of ions, and that's the main difference.

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Answered by  | 8th Aug, 2009, 01:48: PM

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