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If a water electrolysis cell operates at a current of 7.7A. How long will it take to generate 25.0L of hydrogen gas at a pressure of 27.0 atm
and a temperature of 25 degrees celsius?

Thank you very much, it is greatly appreciated.

Answer
I don't do homework problems for folks, but I will point you in the correct direction.

First try this website: http://www.chem.purdue.edu/gchelp/howtosolveit/Electrochem/Electrolysis.htm

If the detailed walk through there is not sufficient, feel free to send a follow up question and I will try to get you sorted.

Take care!

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Dr. Jeffery Raymond

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Materials chemistry. Materials science. Spectroscopy. Polymer science. Physical Chemistry. General Physics. Technical writing. General Applied Mathematics. Nanomaterials. Optoelectronic Behavior. Science Policy.

Experience

Teaching: General Inorganic Chemistry I & II, Organic Chemistry I & II, Physical Chemistry I, Polymeric Materials, General Physics I, Calculus I & II
My prior experience includes the United States Army and three years as a development chemist in industry. Currently I am the Assistant Director of the Laboratory for Synthetic Biological Interactions. All told, 13 years of experience in research, development and science education.

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Texas A&M University, American Chemical Society, POLY-ACS, SPIE

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Journal of the American Chemical Society, Nanoletters, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, Ultramicroscopy Proceedings of SPIE, Proceedings of MRS, Polymer News, Chemical and Engineering News, Nano Letters, Small, Chemistry.org, Angewandte

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PhD Macromolecular Science and Engineering (Photophysics/Nanomaterials Concentration), MS Materials Science, BS Chemistry and Physics, Graduate Certificate in Science Policy, AAS Chemical Technology, AAS Engineering Technology

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