Subject: Why do water molecules seperate when electric current is passed thru
Date: Sun Mar 11 16:53:40 2001
Posted by Mzuri Spitaleri Handlin
Grade level: 4-6
School: Happy Valley School
City: Portland State/Province: Oregon
Area of science: Chemistry
I am doing a simple experiment on electrolysis and I would like to know Why it
works. I know the basic 2H2O--2H2+O2 equation but why does the molecule
separate when the electric current is passed through it?
Re: Why do water molecules seperate when electric current is passed thru
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