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When sodium cloride solution is electrolysed two gases are obtained. another substance is also formed, which remains dissolved in solution.
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When sodium chloride solution is electrolyzed, two gases are obtained (hydrogen and chlorine), along with dissolved sodium hydroxide (NaOH).
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