If I Add Table Salt (NaCl) into Water and Do Electrolysis Do I Get Chlorine and Hydrogen Gases? No O

If your electrolysis cell is running enough electricity, and you are using a strong-enough salt solution, to dissociate the salt molecules, you will indeed get chlorine gas, hydrogen gas, and sodium hydroxide. If you are set up for electrolysis of water, the salt will stay intact and no chlorine will emanate

If I Add Table Salt (NaCl) into Water and Do Electrolysis Do I Get Chlorine and Hydrogen Gases? No O 1

1. What will happen if an atomic bomb exploded in the presence of hydrogen gas? Won't it cause nuclear fusion in hydrogen?

Not unless the atomic bomb is part of an H Bomb.The atomic bomb will just disperse the hydrogen - the exact opposite of what you need for fusion.The hydrogen may well ignite if there is also oxygen. However, I doubt that will be detectable in the vicinity of a nuclear explosiin

2. How to Fix Corroded Battery Terminals

About: I've always liked pulling things apart - it's the putting back together again that I have some issues with! Many a time I've managed to get my hands on some electronic gizmo only to find that the battery compartment totally corroded. It's usually one of the main reasons I think that people throw toys and whatever else takes batteries away. The corrosion is caused by potassium hydroxide which can leak out of alkaline batteries (these are the usual types of batteries you put inside toys etc). All batteries discharge, either through use or just slowly through the production of hydrogen gas which forms pressure in the battery. Eventually that pressure will find a way out through a seal or as the battery ages, through corrosion or rust in the outer shell. As soon as the first signs of a leak forms, then the best thing to do is to get rid of the battery. if you do not get to it in time however, then the corrosion can grow and spread out of the battery which causes oxidisation and corrosion of the terminals making your device caput. This Instructable will go through a couple of ways that you can fix your device to bring it back to life again. The first is the most extreme corrosion where the terminals have to be replaced, the second is a small amount of oxidisation which only needed the potassium hydroxide to be neutralised and the terminals to be cleaned. You can take precautions though to stop this happening such as not mixing different battery types in the same device, replacing all of the batteries at the same time, storing in a dry place and at room temperature, and removing batteries for storage of devices. I am inherently optimistic (and also lazy) so I've never taken any of these precautions but it's definitely good practice, especially with expensive electronic goods.

If I Add Table Salt (NaCl) into Water and Do Electrolysis Do I Get Chlorine and Hydrogen Gases? No O 2

3. How does " The Fruit Battery” work? [closed]

To understand how the fruit battery works you need to understand electrochemical reactions and galvanic cells. There's also a nice Wikipedia article describing the Lemon battery.The basic idea is that the lemon is acidic, meaning there is a higher concentration of hydrogen ions (H) in solution than hydroxide ions (OH-). When the Zinc is placed into the acidic solution it will tend to oxidize/dissolve into the solution, releasing electrons which pair up with the hydrogen ions to form hydrogen gas. If you do not hook up a wire you are left with a standard galvanic corrosion process because the electrons will simply flow through the solution. However, the acidic/ionic solution is not very conductive compared to a copper wire hooked up and connected to a copper plate, also placed in the solution. The electrons will flow through the wire towards the copper plate, giving it a slight negative charge, which in turn attracts the positively charged hydrogen ions. I seem to remember this increases the reaction speed, but I am not positive about this (pun intended). The most noticeable effect is that the hydrogen bubbles will be produced around the copper rather than around the zinc, which tends to be saturated with positively charged zinc ions. The metals do not need to be zinc and copper, and the solution does not need to be acidic, though these are often used for demonstration purposes because they are relatively easy/cheap to obtain and safe.Incidentally this same process is sometimes used to protect metallic components. Ever seen galvanized nails/screws at the hardware store? These operate on a similar galvanic cell where the nail is coated with a zinc layer. As the nail is exposed to humidity/water the zinc will slowly dissolve into solution. The steel/iron core (as well as the copper) will not dissolve because it has a more positive standard electrode potential than the zinc. The zinc in this case is known as a "sacrificial anode" because it's being sacrificed to protect the other metal. It's not even necessary for the sacrificial anode to completely coat the hardware it's protecting, the only requirement is that there needs to be some electrically conductive path between the sacrificial anode and the element being protected. This usually works better than protective coatings which are ineffective when there is a small crack or chip in the coating

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