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Will an electrolyte eventually stop conducting electricity? And if so, gradually over time or suddenly?

An electrochemical cell requires a cathode reaction, an anode reaction, a conductive path for electrons to flow from the anode to the cathode and an ion path to neutralize charge movement from anode ...
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Will an electrolyte eventually stop conducting electricity? And if so, gradually over time or suddenly?

Note that there are two types of electrochemical cells: galvanic, also called Voltaic, and electrolytic. Galvanic/Voltaic cells derive energy from spontaneous redox reactions, while electrolytic cells ...
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