Electrolysis
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Elementary School - Grades 4-6
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Electrolysis of Water to produce Hydrogen and Oxygen [E]
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Middle School - Grades 7-9
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Will different voltages/amperages and electrolytes affect the volume of hydrogen produced using water electrolysis and does preliminary filtration methods increase hydrogen production in seawater electrolysis? [P] [P]
Electrolysis: what happenes to oxygen by measuring the amount of hydrogen and the weight loss of a nail. [E]
The Effect of Voltage on Copper Electroplating [P]
Get More Hydrogen from Water - Factors that affect an electrolyte's effectiveness: the pH of the solution or ion concentration. [E]
The effects of voltage and concentration of copper sulfate solutions on the fractal dimension of copper aggregates created through a form of electrodeposition called diffusion-limited aggregation. [E]
Verify Faraday's Second Law of Electrolysis [E]
Find out how pH affects the process of electrolysis. [E]
Show the dependence of Current vs. the Concentration of sodium chloride in the salty water. [P]
Use electricity to split hydrogen gas out of water (water electrolysis) [E]
Determine whether Sulfuric acid or Sodium Sulfate is a stronger electrolyte in electrolysis (which one causes Hydrogen gas to be produced more) [E]
The Optimum Concentration of Electrolytes (Salt or Baking Soda) for an Electrode Humidifier [P]
Solar Electrolysis of Water for Hydrogen Production [E]
Test electrolysis and natural condensation as a means of recycling water [E] [E]
Electrolysis K-12 Experiments & Background Information
High School - Grades 10-12
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A Series of Tests Seeking to Extract Metals from Ore by Electrolysis [E]
Explore the process of electrolysis of water by using a Hoffman apparatus. [E]
Would a higher concentration of salt separate more hydrogen from salt water or would a higher voltage separate more. [E]
The Effect of Electrolyte and Non-Electrolyte Solutes on the Freezing Point Depression of Water [E]
Compare the Polymer Electrolyte Membrane (PEM) and the Direct Methanol (DM) Fuel cell cells and find out which one is better for running small appliances such as electric motors. [E]
Investigate if natural seawater is comparable to artificially prepared solutions in providing an efficient means of hydrogen production through solar-powered electrolysis. [E]
Electrolysis K-12 Experiments & Background Information
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