Electrodes for potassium chloride electrolysis?
I am conducting an electrolysis experiment (fist time) that involves making potassium chlorate from potassium chloride in a concentrated 2-liter solution. I need a few pointers:
-What kind of electrodes can I use? Will two large pieces of stainless steel work? I have a tight budget and keep costs to a minimum.
-How much voltage/amperage should I use for a 2-liter solution? My car battery re-charger is capable of producing 12 volts and has a setting that allows either 2 or 10 amps.
-Is there any precautions or concerns that I need to know before conducting this experiment?
Thanks for the help!