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Fluxes of negatively charged ligand-coordinated iron, Fe(CN)63/4-, and chromium, CrPDTA1/2-, through two promising commercial cation-exchange membranes, Aquivion E87-05S and Fumasep E-620(K), were measured as functions of current density. The magnitude of the partial current density reached a maximum of |-43| A cm-2 at the maximum applied current density magnitude of |-43| mA cm-2 for Fe(CN)63/4- transport through Aquivion, or 0.1% of the total current density. Fumasep E-620(K) blocksdoi:10.1149/1945-7111/ac7782 fatcat:kpqigw6pdrcmnh27mw4msa4wym