An electric current is passed through a conducting solution. List any three possible observations.

Answer:

When an electric current passes through a conducting liquid, it gets decomposed into ions. The conducting solution has free ions available which conduct electricity.

The possible observations are

  • Deposits of metal may be seen on electrodes.
  • Bubbles of gas may be formed on the electrodes.
  • The solution may get heated.
  • Change in the colour of the solution may take place

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