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Electrolysis. Electrolysis . Process by which an electric current is passed through a substance to cause a chemical change. The chemical change is one in which the substance loses or gains an electron. Electrolysis.

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electrolysis1
Electrolysis
  • Process by which an electric current is passed through a substance to cause a chemical change.
  • The chemical change is one in which the substance loses or gains an electron.
electrolysis2
Electrolysis
  • The process uses an apparatus consisting of positive and negative electrodes which are separated from each other in a solution.
  • Electric current enters through the negatively charged electrode (cathode).
  • Positively charged parts of the solution travel to the cathode, combine with the electrons, and are transformed into neutral molecules.
  • The negatively charged parts of the solution travel to the positive electrode (anode) , give up electrons, and are transformed into neutral molecules.
electrolysis of water
Electrolysis of Water
  • Water is split with electricity to produce hydrogen gas and oxygen gas.