Electrolysis Diagram

Electrolysis is a chemical process that can be used to split water molecules into hydrogen (H) and oxygen (O). During electrolysis electricity is channeled into a chamber of water. The water acts as a conductor allowing electricity to pass between two electrodes, which divides the H2O into individual hydrogen and oxygen molecules. Once freed, oxygen bubbles collect on the anode and hydrogen on the cathode.
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