06-05-12, 05:05 AM #1
When someone gets electrocuted does some of the water in their bodies split?
Into h2 (hydrogen gas) and oxygen gas?
Sorry if that came off as morbid. But humans and animals have positive charged membranes and negative charged ones, which came into my head as like electrodes.
Just need a current, eg. lightning strike, touching a live wire, etc
I tried researching this but I found no conclusive answer.
The electric chair is perhaps the main source in question.
Last edited by armoroblivion; 06-05-12 at 05:16 AM.
06-06-12, 01:36 AM #2
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