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What is a key difference between an electrolytic cell and a voltaic cell? A.) The anode is where the oxidation takes place. B.) The cathode is where the reduction takes place. C.) There are two half-reactions. D.) There is an outside energy source. E.) The electrons move from the anode to the cathode.

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    The key difference between the two is that an electrolytic cell requires energy to run because the reaction between half-cells is not spontaneous

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