anonymous
  • anonymous
Hydrogen can be obtained economically as a bi-product in the electrolysis of _____________. Calcium chloride water Sodium hydroxide brine
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Can you write out the chemical formulas for each?
anonymous
  • anonymous
CaCl2 H2O NaOH
anonymous
  • anonymous
CaCl2 will for sure not produce Hydrogen. I think 2H2O will produce 2H2 + O2.

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My reasoning is, The H2 and O2 is stable. However, in NaOH The Na has a positive charge and the OH has a negative charge (hence , it remains neutral). If 2OH for O2 + H2 The Na won't have anything to maintain it's neutrality.

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