Conduction of Electric charge across gaseous ions


by asaayush
Tags: charge, conduction, electric, gaseous, ions
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Mar26-13, 10:17 AM
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Hey guys.

I was wondering about this experiment.

I have chlorine ions, and wanted to remove the electron from the chlorine ion to make it back into a nascent chlorine atom.

I thought of preparing a setup, where there is a high potential difference, across the electrodes of the chamber. Will it be successful??

Since I wouldn't experiment with high voltages, I wanted to ask out, would the electricity ionize chlorine ions?
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