Sebbass69 Posted April 30, 2009 Share Posted April 30, 2009 So, I know that acids are very conductive of electricity. However, what kinds of materials are liberated when you run a current through an acid? For example, with HCl, I imagine it would be hydrogen and chlorine, but what about sulfuric acid? How about phosphoric? I know that when ammonium sulfate is added to sulfuric acid and then electrolyzed, it forms ammonium persulfate, but what about without any substance in the acid? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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