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The effects of a magnetic field on electrolyte motion and on the gases produced during electrolysis of water were recorded on motion picture film. Measurements of the volume of hydrogen gas collected showed that a magnetic field reduced the amount collected during electrolysis of water and to a greater extent during chromium plating. A magnetic field also produced significant effects on the compactness of chromium deposits.