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Does salt separate hydrogen from water?

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2016-01-09 06:51:17

No. Salt does not produce any such reaction.

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You can't once you put salt into water salt dissolves in the water and you cannot separate the salt.


A hot plate will separate salt water.


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Distillation can be used to separate water from salt water.


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Yes. Saltwater can be made from a separate salt and water solvent.


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You can separate it from water using electrolysis. http://www.instructables.com/id/Separate-Hydrogen-and-Oxygen-from-Water-Through-El/



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