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electrolyte - Explanation, Physiological importance, Electrolytes in electrochemistry

A system, usually a solution, in which electrochemical reactions occur. It must be sufficiently conducting to allow current to pass - an effect which is often achieved by using a high concentration of electrochemically inert ions.

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