Small Group Class (3-5) | N1,500 per class (max of 1hr) | Total # of Classes: 9
Electrolysis is the process of using electric current to cause a chemical reaction to occur. In this reaction, bonds are broken to release positively charged and negatively charged ions. Opposite ions attract one another to form new bonds with their electrodes. At the end of this module, among other things, students will gain very good understanding of conduction through liquids, electrolysis and its examples and applications, Diode Valve, dynamics of charged particles in electrolytes, conduction of electricity through gases, similarities and differences between Thermionic Emission and Liquid Vaporization, Thermionic emission via hot cathode, and Cathode Ray Oscilloscope.