When an electric field is applied across an electrolyte solution containing chargedparticles they are seen to move parallel or antiparallel to the field depending onthe sign of their charge. Now, since almost all of the potential drop must occuracross the double-layer at each electrode surface, there can be no electric fieldwithin the conducting electrolyte solution and thus no force on the chargedcolloidal particles. Why, then, do the particles move?
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