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What is electrolysis?
Electrolysis is the process of seperating an ionic bond, ex lead bromide to lead and bromine by using electric and heat.
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How is electrolysis achieved?
Electrolysis is achieved by the attraction of anions and cations. As we know, opposites attract, so the negative anions will move to the positive bar, and the cations will move to the negative bar, which will seperatethe two elements within the compo
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Electrolysis is achieved by the attraction of anions and cations. As we know, opposites attract, so the negative anions will move to the positive bar, and the cations will move to the negative bar, which will seperatethe two elements within the compo

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