# Can there be charge separation by applying a electric field on ionic solutions?

Suppose we have a NaCl salt solution. Since Na+ and Cl- ions exist freely in solution, it makes sense that putting the solution in a strong electric field (or a changing magnetic field) will mean there is a Lorentz force pulling ions of opposite charges to opposite sides. Has this sort of phenomena been observed, and is there a quantitative model that can describe it, for instance, in finding out the distribution of charges in the solution? Or could we simply treat the ionic solution as a conductor and equate the Lorentz force to the electrostatic force?

I would like to also find out if there is a way of calculating the concentrations of both ions at either ends of the container, if this does work. Is this possible?