Electrolysis of water?


by hobbs125
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Jan1-14, 01:49 AM
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Hello everyone,

I have been studying the electrolysis of water lately and the thought crossed my mind.

When a strong electric field is placed near or applied to a semiconductor electrons which do not normally take place in conduction are forced out of the semiconductor...

Could this effect (Field Effect) be used to achieve high efficiency electrolysis?
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