State two ways in which polarisation reduces the current produced by a simple cell

State two ways in which polarisation reduces the current produced by a simple cell

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    The action of the water and the ammonium chloride in the paste, together with the zinc and carbon electrodes, produces the voltage of the cell. Manganese dioxide is added to reduce polarization when current flows and zinc chloride reduces local action when the cell is not being used.

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