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Is it correct that a salt bridge in a Galvanic cell makes that there is no electrical field between the solutions of the two hallf cells? Does that mean that the electrical potential (I do not write electrochemical potential) between both solutions is zero in an ideal world?

Is it also possible to calculate the difference in electrochemical potential between both solutions. I mean the solutions not the electrodes in the solutions. How should that be done?

Is it also possible to calculate the difference in electrochemical potential between both solutions. I mean the solutions not the electrodes in the solutions. How should that be done?

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