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(a) a salt which is a weak electrolyte.
(b) a base which is not an alkali.
(c) an inert electrode and an active electrode.
(d) a positively charged not metallic ion.
(e) a non-metallic element which is a conductor of electricity.

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(a) Salt which is a weak electrolyte - Sodium carbonate (Na2CO3), Zinc sulphate (ZnSO4) etc.
(b) Base which is not an alkali - Aluminium hydroxide (AlOH3), Copper oxide (CuO), Zinc hydroxide (Zn(OH)2), ferric hydroxide (Fe(OH)3) etc.
(c) Inert electrode and an active electrode - Platinum, mercury, carbon electrode and copper, silver, nickel electrode etc.
(d) Positively charged non-metallic ion - Hydrogen ion, H+
(e) Non-metallic element which is conductor of electricity - Graphite (carbon)

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