The passage of an electric current through a conducting solution results in bubbles of gases.?give reasons asap to all the experts sitting and eating food because I have given Maritnation money to answer my questions and not so for waiting experts to answer and after that I get to know that they were eating food

Dear Student,

The formation of bubbles takes place when some gas is evolved at the electrodes.
So, when electric current is passed through a solution, some gas such as hydrogen or chlorine (depends on what solution is present) is evolved which results in the formation of bubbles near the electrodes.


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