Subject: How can I 'electrolysize' water so I don't get and oxide on my annode?
Date: Wed Apr 22 21:56:45 1998
Posted by Shawn Constance
Grade level: 10-12
School: Dickson County High School
City: Dickson State/Province: TN
Area of science: Chemistry
When performing electrolysis of water using Sodium Bicarbonate as my electrolyte, I always gather a weird oxide on my annode. I assume this is the oxygen bonding to the annode but I can't be sure. Oh, I'm not using distilled water either.
Re: How can I 'electrolysize' water so I don't get and oxide on my annode?
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