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I want a catchy prahse for my topic experiment"Can water be splitted into hydrogen and oxygen?"

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    That "splitted" should be "split." = "Can water be split into hydrogen and oxygen."

    As for a "catchy phrase" I'll leave that up to you and/or other volunteer teachers!

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