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Henry Dudley 1G wrote:So if there is a solid in the reaction then you don't include Pt at the end?
If the elements undergoing redox reactions are present in solid form (electrodes composed of those elements), then a conducting solid such as platinum is not needed however if if they are not in solid form, rather in a gaseous or aqueous state, the reaction will require a conducting solid.
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