Does mixing glycerol into water effect electrolysis of water? I tried measuring ohm and the resistance of water is lower after mixing glycerol. Then I experiment electrolysis of water, first I measure the resistance of DI water and it turns out that the resistant is about 0.63 mega ohm. Then mix DI water and glycerol and the resistant went down to 0.6 mega ohm. I mix sodium sulfate and glycerol into water to decrease the resistant then suddenly the gas is produce. The gas that is produce seems to be 2:1 ratio (hydrogenxygen) but I can't analyse the gas so I'm not sure if the gas that is produce is hydrogen and oxygen or not. Does glycerol change into new compound due to electrolysis? Thanks.