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i know in liquids there are electrolysis. But are there time limit in electrolysis ? I think because the ions go and connect slowly to electrodes, and when there are no ions in the liquid, the curent will stop. And i dont know how it goes at the gases, but is there also a time limit ?

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  • $\begingroup$ Re, "...no ions in the liquid." What if it was liquid metal? $\endgroup$ – Solomon Slow Mar 28 at 14:35

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