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Why are the substances like platinum and palladium often used for carrying out electrolysis of aqueous solutions? 

Ans) Substance like platinum and palladium often often used for carrying out electrolysis of aqueous solution due to the folloeing reasons:

i)chemical internes.platinum and palladium are chemically inert

ii)Absorbed capacity:platinum and palladium hace good adsorbate capacity for hydrogen .

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Generally all metals are acting as  a carrying out electolysis of aqueous solutions.

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