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Can sodium chloride be Electrolysed?
When melted at high temperature, sodium chloride separates into sodium and chloride ions, so that, electrolysis can take place to form sodium atom and chlorine gas.
What are the products when molten sodium chloride is electrolyzed?
What happens to NaCl during electrolysis?
Why can’t sodium chloride be used as an electrolyte?
Can molten NaCl conduct electricity?
When molten sodium chloride is electrolysed what is formed at cathode?
What is electrolysis used for?
Is NaCl an electrolyte?
How do you extract sodium from sodium chloride?
How do you choose an electrolyte for electrolysis?
Why is sodium chloride a good conductor of electricity?
Why is sodium chloride conductive in water?
Can you make glass from salt?
What happen when sodium chloride melts?
What happens if you melt salt?
Which process occurs when a molten salt is Electrolysed?
2.9. 1.2. 2.4 Molten Salt Electrolysis.
|Type of electrolysis
|Oxide in molten fluoride bath Fluoride in molten fluoride bath
Which statement about the electrolysis of molten sodium chloride is correct?
What are the disadvantages of electrolysis?
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