# chem

can u help me write a word equation for the electrolysis of water , and indicate physical states and conditions of the reaction

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1. water(l) plus electric current yields hydrogen(g) plus oxygen(g).
l stands for liquid, g for gas.

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2. Water---> H2O (bi7) Fl2

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