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So I understand that both the Porous Disk and Salt Bridge are used to transfer ions but is one more efficient than the other? If so, why? Just curious
eden tefera 2B
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I don't believe that one is more efficient than the other.
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Since they both serve the same purpose, I don't think either one is more efficient than the other.
Ahmed Mahmood 4D
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They both serve the same purpose and thus have essentially no reasonable difference in this class.
Maya Beal Dis 1D
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In lecture didn't Lavelle say that the voltage is typically lower with the porous disk in a concentration cell?
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Don't the do the same thing, but in different situations so how could you compare their efficiency. Porous disks are for 2 of the same solutions that are different molarity or am I misunderstanding what they are?
Asha Agarwal 1E
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I think they both serve the same purpose of reducing charge buildup so one is not much more effective than the other.
Zoe Gleason 4F
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They have the same function, so one will not be more efficient than the other.
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Since they ultimately have the same function, I believe that one isn't more efficient than the other
Omar Selim 1D
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I don't believe there is a difference in efficiency. They serve the same purpose in balancing charges and the distribution of ions.
Jialun Chen 4F
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I agree with the comments above. There's not a difference in efficiency between the two based on what I know of.
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I think especially for the purpose for this class, there is no difference in efficiency between the two.
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For this class though, we mostly use the salt bridge. Are there any homework problems in which we use the porous disk ?
Ruby Richter 2L
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If there is no difference in efficiency then when would you use a porous disk instead of a salt bridge?
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