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Re: If you put a magnet in your water,
by Irregular Logic
I would think the concentrations would be too low to act very fast or pull it out of solution.
It would also depend on the form the iron is in as well. If I'm reading the magnetic susceptibility right, Iron 2 oxide is more likely to be attracted than Iron 3 Oxide.
It would be more likely to pull the iron out of water by leaving the electrolysis bin empty and have the iron collect on one of the electrodes.
Posted on Jul 30, 2017, 1:08 PM
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