ELECTROLYSIS

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  • Created on: 16-05-18 18:48
what is PANIC?
Positive Anode Negative Is Cathode
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What is OILRIG?
Oxidation Is Loss (Of electrons) Reduction Is Gain (Of electrons)
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Where do the ions go?
The negative ions go to the positive electrode and the negative ions go to the positive electrode (opposites attract)
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Why can't solids be split by electrolysis?
Because they have no free electrons to carry the electrical charge so they must be dissolved into water and that makes them aqueous (aq)
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What is the required practical
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Oxidation Is Loss (Of electrons) Reduction Is Gain (Of electrons)

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What is OILRIG?

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The negative ions go to the positive electrode and the negative ions go to the positive electrode (opposites attract)

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Card 4

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Because they have no free electrons to carry the electrical charge so they must be dissolved into water and that makes them aqueous (aq)

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Card 5

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watch it on freesciencelessons

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