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ConceptChemicals from Common Salt - Sodium Hydroxide

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During the electrolysis of a saturated solution of sodium chloride, where is:
hydrogen formed?

Solution

During the electrolysis of a saturated solution of sodium chloride,

hydrogen gas is produced at the cathode (negative electrode);

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