In electrolysis of water, why is the volume of collected over one electrode double than the gas collected over the other cathode?
Asked by | 30th May, 2012, 07:08: PM
It is because of the ratio of oxygen and hydrogen present in water. In water oxygen:hydrogen ratio is 1:2.
Answered by | 31st May, 2012, 07:56: AM
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