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Author Topic: During electrolysis of water what happens to the volume of water displaced?  (Read 1506 times)

Offline tommya300

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Capturing the gas displacement of hydrogen and oxygen in the same container during electrolysis, then igniting it, why doesn't the same volume of water reappear.


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It does, once you cool it down.The volume of water produced is the same as that lost in the initial electrolysis.

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