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Which of the following is not correct?

$\begin{array}{1 1}\text{The metallic conduction is due to the movement of electrons in the metal}\\\text{The electrolytic conduction is due to the movement of ions in the solution}\\\text{The current carrying ions are not necessarily discharged at the electrodes}\\\text{The metallic conduction increases with increase in temperature,whereas that of electrolytic conduction decreases with temperature}\end{array} $

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Answer : The metallic conduction increases with increase in temperature,whereas that of electrolytic conduction decreases with temperature
The metallic conduction decreases with increase in temperature while that of electrolytic conduction increases.
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