What Is the Equation of the Electrolysis of a Salt Water Solution?

2H^ 2e^- > H2 (Cathode)2Cl^- > Cl2 2e^- (Anode)I am assuming the 'salt' is table salt (NaCl).The electrolyte left is sodium hydroxide (NaOH)

1. When calcium chloride dissolves in water, will the solution be an electrolyte or nonelectrolyte solution?

Hey we are not taking into accont the number of particular ions in the substance wen u calculate it that way.just consider only the two atoms Ex.Ca-1.0 Cl-3.1 So difference is 2.1 and its ionic compound and it is a electrolyte.

2. Do all metal salts in aqueous solution contain metal aquo complexes?

In certain cases the metal cation is complexed (at least predominantly) with a soft-base solute that is also in solution.As a graduate student, I had some copper (II) salts and thiourea in the lab, and I mixed them together in water solution to see how thiourea might chemically alter a copper electroplating bath (where the thiourea is used an an additive).Thiourea copper(II) sulfate --> solution turned colorless, copper (II) was reduced to copper(I)Thiourea copper(II) chloride -> white precipitate, copper(I) chloride sparingly soluble when only an aquo complex could be formed; but more thiourea gave a clear solution indicating copper(I) redissolved as a thiourea complex.

3. Is a mild vinegar-water solution safe for hard wood floors?

I only damp mop with cold water and my hardwood floors are still shining after two yrs

4. Is water a solution, if not what is it?

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5. How would I make a batch of chlorine gas?

There are several ways, but one of the easier ways is to add concentrated hydrochloric acid (also called muriatic acid) to manganese dioxide in a gas generator flask. Chlorine is produced according to the chemical equation: MnO2 4HCl MnCl2 2H2O Cl2 The manganese chloride thus formed stays in water solution in the flask, while the chlorine bubbles out as a gas and can be led off in a glass tube and collected in a separate vessel. CAUTION - chlorine is poisonous! Hope this answers your question.

6. 1% water solution of deoxycholic acid. How is it prepared?

According to the sigma document you referenced (emphasis added by me):According to the FDA document (emphasis added by me):The solubility of 0.24 g/L in water at 15C is determined by dissolution of the free acid in pure water. As you dissolve an acid in pure water, the pH will get progressively lower, and since this compound is less soluble at lower pH, it limits it's own solubility in pure water. The sodium hydroxide in the KYBELLA is a strong base, which raises the pH and, when mixed with the deoxycholic acid, forms an aqueous sodium salt and water via an acid-base reaction. The conjugate base of deoxycholic acid in aqueous solution is deoxycholate. This portion of the compound remains unchanged, regardless if it is part of a free acid or a sodium salt. The sodium phosphate is a buffering compound which helps stabilize the pH and allows for finer adjustment to control the final pH to ensure it remains soluble

7. Is a water solution with a pH of 6.1 weakly or strongly basic or weakly or strongly acidic?

pH is a diploma of the acidity of a answer in terms of interest of hydrogen (H). For dilute ideas, although, this is handy to alter the interest of the hydrogen ions with the molarity (mol/L) of the hydrogen ions (although, that may no longer unavoidably precise at greater concentrations Substance pH Battery acid 0.5 Gastric acid a million.5 - 2.0 Lemon juice 2.4 Cola 2.5 Vinegar 2.9 Orange or apple juice 3.5 Beer 4.5 Acid Rain

8. An organic compound whose water solution turns litmus red is?

A compound which turns litmus paper red is an acid.. out of these 4 c. CH3COOH (Acetic acid) is only acid Answer - c.

9. What happens when I drop an ice cube (made of pure water) into a salt water solution at 0 Celcius and why?

It will melt as the pure water with absorb some of the salinity. Since salt water has a lower freezing temperature the ice will melt.

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