Define a salt bridge.
A) A pathway, composed of salt water, that ions pass through.
B) A pathway in which no ions flow.
C) A pathway between the cathode and anode in which ions are reduced.
D) A pathway between the cathode and anode in which ions are oxidized.
E) A pathway by which counterions can flow between the half-cells without the solutions in the half-cell totally mixing.
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