Safety of a Small Scale Electrolysis Experiment

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I'm going to perform a small scale electrolysis experimenter of water. I want to find out how the rates of the gases are produced when the amount of electrolyte added to the water is changed. I'm going to use baking soda (NaHCO3) as the electrolyte but I just wanted to make sure that I won't be producing carbon monoxide. Is this true?
 

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Yes, you will not be producing carbon monoxide.
 
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Yes, you will not be producing carbon monoxide.
Perfect thank you very much! That's what I thought just needed to be sure!
 

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