|Jan23-12, 10:05 PM||#1|
Why are carbon electrodes neutral in electrolysis of water?
What is it about the atomic makeup of carbon electrodes that makes them neutral in electrolysis?
|Jan28-12, 04:11 PM||#2|
Most metals easily dissolve in ionic form (unless they are noble metals - but these are expensive). Carbon can be oxidized to carbon dioxide, but this is a slow process, besides, product is a gas, which will easily leave the solution.
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