The following reaction is for electrolysis of water.
2H2O = 2H2+O2
Hence, 2(1*2+16)= 36 gm of water is converted into 2(1*2) or 4 gms hydrogen and 2*16 = 32 gms of oxygen.
1 gallon of water = 3785.411 gms.
Hence, hydrogen produced = (4/36)*3785.411 gm = 420.60gms
The volume of 2 gm of hydrogen is 22.4 liters at STP.
Hence, hydrogen produced = 420.60*22.4/2 = 4710.72 liters at STP.
36 gm of water produces 32 gms of oxygen.
Hence, oxygen produced = (32/36)*3785.411 gm = 3364.81gms
The volume of 32 gm of oxygen is 22.4 liters at STP.
Hence, oxygen produced =3364.81*22.4/32 = 2355.367 liters at STP.
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