In my research and by asking questions on sites like this. I have learned that why using electricity in water can make hydrogen using the process electrolysis, why isn't it the most effective way? To it get all the hydrogen molecules to break away or only a few can be reached using this method? Or which I think it is, is the fact that it take longer to successful separate all the hydrogen from the water and it in turns uses more energy to do it. Is my theory correct or electrolysis is just not a s way to produce hydrogen as it can not separate all the hydrogen?
Just kind of as a second question. How hot do they water/environment have to be to get the hydrogen to separate?