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Hydrogen bonds between the water molecules break.
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Do the Hydrogen & Oxygen atoms separate?




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#7
No. The intermolecular hydrogen bonding between water molecules break, and they float freely in the form of steam.


Hydrogen bonds =/= Covalent bonds
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#10
No, it just changes its state from a liquid to a gas.
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#15
i'm sure there's tons of free hydrogen flying around boiling water. obtain some free hydrogen yourself and try it out
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can electrolsis even do that???

i wouldn't no, all i've done is copper electrolysis

Copper Electrolysis at the level you've done it at is very weak, but yes it can as it's essentially the reaction used in hydrogen fuel cells.