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Is it possible to separate platinum, palladium, and iridium as chloro-complex ions from an HCl solution through electrolysis if the solution is a constant 1.0 molarity in chloride ions and 0.020 molarity in each complex ion?

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  1. You would need to know the E values for the chlorocomplexes and any overvoltage for each metal.

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