Electrolysis

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What is electrolysis?
Chemical change by passing an electric current through a compound which is molten or in solution
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What is electrolyte?
A substance that undergoes electrolysis
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Which electrode is positive and which one is negative?
PANC
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Why covalent compound are not electrolytes?
They don't have ions, except carbon, which has delocalised ions
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What happens to Lead Bromide in a electrolysis reaction?
There bubbles around the anode and brown gas is given off.
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What is electrolyte?

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A substance that undergoes electrolysis

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Which electrode is positive and which one is negative?

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Why covalent compound are not electrolytes?

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What happens to Lead Bromide in a electrolysis reaction?

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