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Could you get hydrogen from salt water?

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Hydrogen can be extracted from salt water by the method of electrolysis, which involves passing an electric current through the water.

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No. Salt does not produce any such reaction.


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You could evaporate the water, leaving the salt behind.


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It would have to be considering that water is a compound of oxygen and hydrogen, and salt is a compound. Sea water is basically salt water.... you will know because when you go to the beach you can smell the salt and if you swallow the water it will burn your throat because of the salt.


No, but a hotplate can. Hope I could help. =)



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