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I had some time left today and i had to ask a very clever AI system some deeper questions.
I am still not where i want to be, but the direction is more clear now  :)

Main topic: How does the electrolysis of water really works?
It seems that a normal watermolecule CANNOT take up an electron from the kathode.


Enjoy. if you dare  ;)


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The removal of electrons from water molecules occurs as a result of the oxidation process at the anode.
Electrons are transferred from water molecules to the anode, leading to the formation of oxygen gas.
The overall movement of electrons from the anode to the cathode drives the electrolysis process and is fundamental
to the separation of water into its constituent elements, hydrogen and oxygen.

Read: The movement goes from Anode to powersource to Kathode.

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Here another interesting result:


The interaction between ionized air and water in a water bath can have several effects on the water molecules, depending on the conditions and the specific ions involved. Here are some potential outcomes:

1. **Chemical Reactions:**
   - Ionized air may contain ions such as oxygen ions (O2-, O-, O+) or nitrogen ions (N2-, N-, N+). These ions could potentially react with water molecules, leading to the formation of new compounds. For example, oxygen ions might participate in reactions that affect the pH of the water.

2. **Formation of Reactive Species:**
   - Some ions generated in ionized air, particularly reactive oxygen species (ROS) like ozone (O3), hydroxyl radicals (OH·), or superoxide ions (O2·-), can react with water molecules. These reactions can result in the formation of different chemical species in the water.

3. **Change in Water Properties:**
   - The introduction of ions into the water can alter its conductivity and overall chemical composition. This could impact the water's ability to conduct electricity and influence its reactivity with other substances.

4. **Gas Dissolution:**
   - Certain gases, such as oxygen and nitrogen, can dissolve in water. If the ionized air contains an elevated concentration of these gases, it may affect the dissolution equilibrium and lead to changes in the gas content of the water.

5. **Indirect Effects:**
   - The presence of ionized air may lead to secondary effects, such as changes in temperature or pressure, which can influence water properties and behavior.

It's important to consider the specific ions present in the ionized air and the concentrations involved. Additionally, the overall impact on water will depend on factors like the duration of exposure, the flow rate of ionized air, and the characteristics of the water bath.

If you have a particular scenario or set of conditions in mind, it would be helpful to provide more details for a more specific and accurate assessment.