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The Amount of Substance Obtained through Electrolysis Calculator will calculate the:

- The amount of substance obtained through the process of electrolysis

**Calculator settings**Medium is considered as uniform; the conducting plates used for the electrolysis and are at at the same thickness.

The Mass of the substance obtained through electrolysis is kg [kilogram] |

Mass of the substance obtained through electrolysis Calculation |
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m = k × I × t m = × × m = |

Amount Of Substance Obtained Through Electrolysis Calculator Input Values |

Electrochemical constant of electrolysis (k) kg/A∙s [kilogram per amps times second] |

Current flowing through the electrolyte (I) A [Amp] |

Flowing time of current through electrolyte (t) s [second] |

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Section 1: Units and Measurements

m = k × I × t

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