In electrolysis of water why is the volume of hydrogen gas collected is twice the voolume of oxygen?

Asked by Shashank Shekhar | 25th Jun, 2014, 10:27: PM

Expert Answer:

The volume of the hydrogen produced is always twice the volume of the oxygen produced, because water contains two atoms of hydrogen for each atom of oxygen.

Answered by Hanisha Vyas | 26th Jun, 2014, 10:01: AM

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