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Electrolysis of Water Practical

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Notes on the electrolysis of water practical for Preliminary Chemistry year 11. Includes aim, materials, procedure, observations, analysis of results, conclusions, equations, validity and application.

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Chemistry Matter Industrial gases Chemical elements Hydrogen production Oxidizing agents Electrolysis Oxygen Chlorine Hydrogen Properties of water Anode
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Chemistry Matter Industrial gases Chemical elements Hydrogen production Oxidizing agents Electrolysis Oxygen Chlorine Hydrogen Properties of water Anode
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• Water is made up of a uniform ratio of elements Equations: • 2H2O -> 2H2 + O2 Validity, reliability, accuracy, improvements: Application of electrolysis: • Used in refining metals Diagrams: • Boiling water ________________ • ...
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