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Electrolysis is an example of a redox reaction because it has the ability to reverse a reaction of this type.
This is electrolysis of a molten compound.
The process is called electrolysis, and it usually results in a decomposition reaction. For example, passing an electric current through water results in the reaction 2H2O --> 2H2 + O2.
It is electrolysis
I'd imagine it is best described as an electrochemical reaction (electrolysis of water).
This is an electrolysis process:2 H2O-------------2 H2 + O2
2H2O--->2H2 + O2 is a redox reaction because electrons are exchanged during electrolysis.
Michael Faraday discovered the process of electrolysis
Electrolysis is a chemical process.
Aluminium metal is formed at the carbon anode (negative).
Electrolysis is not a property, it is a chemical process.
water itself is not a good electrolyte its electrolysis is performed in presence of anacid usually sulphuric acid, on electrolysis water produces hydrogen and oxygen gas. 2H2O = 2H2 + O2
Thermal decomposition is the process of breaking down a chemical compound into simpler substance by heating it. Electrolysis is the process of forcing a chemical reaction that wouldn't normally occur on its own to happen by passing an electric current through the reactants.
Electrolysis is a process, fractional distillation another.
That would be a decomposition reaction. The equation for it would be: 2H2O --> 2H2 + O2 The process called electrolysis will do this.
The reaction at the cathode in aluminum extraction is: Al+3 + 3 e- => Al.
in electrolysis the flow of current takes place . when the current pass from cathode and anode (electrodes) then this process is the working of electrolysis.
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During the process of electrolysis, the ions that are formed become cations which when dissolved into water, the ions are dissolved and are terminated.