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Re: Water electrolysis

> From: "David W. Webb" <dwebb at ti_com>
> Subject: Re: Carbo-plus CO2 system
> In water electrolysis, Oxygen is released at the anode and Hydrogen is
> released at the cathode.  Might Calcium electroplate against the cathode
> while the water is reducing?  In the presence of water, the Calcium
> would not be able to form a lasting plate, but might form CaOH on the
> cathode, perhaps?

	In a word, no.  H+ will always be discharged before Ca++.

Paul Sears        Ottawa, Canada