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[*] posted on 18-8-2021 at 13:54

The only electrodes I can think of which aren't metal are graphite, and those erode quite fast. At least when making bromine from bromide. I never went further than what I needed to get enough bromate to get all to oxidize to bromine after adding acid though. I can imagine they will tarnish faster when there is less bromide in solution.
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