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  1. #1 How should i separate Na+ and OH- ions from H2O 
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    I'm trying to separate Na+ and OH- ions, should i do it with electrolysis. Or should i add Hydrogen and and convert Na into Na2CO3, and then take out the water. However, the problem i face is what i'm going to do with HCO3 that is formed. Also, will the Na2CO3 et deposited at the bottom of the vesel or does it immdediately get dissolved in the water? I researched and found that sodium ions dont settle near the base and float in the solution. Please tell me what i should do.

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