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ELECTROLYSIS OF WATER<br />
Closeup Of Electrode & Anode<br />
Left: hydrogen gas is formed at the electrode. Right: oxygen gas is formed at the anode.  An electrical current of 12 volts is applied to carbon-graphite electrodes. Sodium chloride is added as a catalyst.

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ELECTROLYSIS OF WATER
Closeup Of Electrode & Anode
Left: hydrogen gas is formed at the electrode. Right: oxygen gas is formed at the anode. An electrical current of 12 volts is applied to carbon-graphite electrodes. Sodium chloride is added as a catalyst.

Copyright:© 1998 Jeff J. Daly - Fundamental Photographs

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