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Yes, a porous disk does the same function as the salt bridge: keep the current flowing by preventing charge imbalance. Furthermore, a porous disk does not have the anode and cathode in separate solutions; the ions are in the same solution and the ions are intermixed to prevent the charge imbalance. A salt bridge has separation of the two parts of the cell. Hope this helps!!
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