Electrolysis of Water Experiment
The electrolysis of water experiment diagram shows how water is decomposed into oxygen and hydrogen gas when an electric current is passed through it. As the chemical experiment template suggests, Hydrogen gas released in this way can be used as hydrogen fuel or remixed with oxygen to create oxyhydrogen gas, which is used in several applications. The oxygen ions pass through the solid ceramic membrane and react at the anode to form oxygen gas and generate electrons for the external circuit. As the template suggests, water at the cathode combines with electrons from the external circuit to form hydrogen gas and negatively charged oxygen ions.
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