During the operation of the galvanometer, substances are released on the electrode that differ from the material of the electrodes. This phenomenon is called cell polarization. As a result of polarization, the voltage across the electrodes decreases and the cell resistance increases. In addition, a dissolving electrode is consumed during operation.
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