Why electrolysis of water is important?
Asked by sduttmay4 | 30th Mar, 2020, 01:54: AM
During the electrolysis of water two gases are formed, i.e., hydrogen and oxygen and they can be used for various purposes.
Applications of Electrolysis
i.Electroplating with metals
ii.Electrorefining of metals
iii.Extraction of metals
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