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Electrolysis

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Patricio Nuñez

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Transcript of Electrolysis


By:
Victor de la Garza
Paul Zambrano
Patricio Nuñez
Introduction
We think that when we connect a battery to the pencils in water the current will cause a chemical reaction separating the basic components in water
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Electrolysis is a method used for putting apart a compound using a direct electric current (DC).
In this experiment we are going to use this to separate Sodium Chloride (NCl)
into its basic components: Sodium (Na), Oxygen (O), Chloride (Cl) and Hydrogen (H).


Hypothesis
THANK YOU

Design

By : Víctor de la Garza
Patricio Núñez
Paul Zambrano

Design
Materials
Procedure
Results
Conclusion
How to use electrolysis to put apart a compound
References:
en.wikipedia.com/electrolysis
We cut the carboard to fit over the glass (about 13x15in2
We also remove the metal tips of both pencils and sharpen both ends.
www.energyquest.gov
What will happen when we connect a battery to the pencils that are in water?
water splits into hydrogen and chlorine gas
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