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Caption: Electrolysis of tin chloride. Time-lapse close-up footage of crystals of tin being deposited at the cathode in the electrolysis of a solution of tin (II) chloride. Oxygen gas is produced at the anode (not seen). The metal tin is deposited at the cathode. Graphite pencils are being used as the electrodes.

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Electrolysis of tin chloride, time-lapse

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Duration: 00:00:09.04

Frame size: 640x480

Frame rate: 30

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