Today I cleaned the plates on the SWG cell. After getting it all hooked back up, I was enjoying a cold one while watching the increased bubbles coming out of the return.
This got me thinking. It has always been my observation that more bubbles make it to the surface when the pump is on low, and less bubbles make it when on high. I assume this mean more hydrogen is dissolving into the water on high. This brings me to a few questions:
1. Does the dissolution of hydrogen directly effect pH? Would allowing more bubbles to make out of the water and not dissolve effect pH less?
2. If hydrogen bubbles have already formed, does that mean that the chlorine is already in solution, or do they both exist in gas form until they dissolve into the water?