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No. Water is a compound made of hydrogen and oxygen. While elemental Oxygen and Hydrogen are gases.

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By electrolysis oxygen and hydrogen atoms separate.


hydrogen + oxygen = HO, hydroxide: hydrogen + oxygen + oxygen = H20, water


Both are compounds consisting entirely of hydrogen and oxygen. Water is H2O. Hydrogen peroxide is H2O2.


The hydrogen- oxygen ratio is 2:1, which is the same ratio in water.


hydrogen has two hydrogen atoms and two oxygen atoms and water has one hydrogen and one oxygen atoms


Hydrogen as water is made of oxygen and hydrogen.


hydrogen and oxygen, same as ordinary water except the hydrogen is twice the mass of ordinary hydrogen and we call it deuterium.



They have the same amount of hydrogen. All water molecules have two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom.


In 1 mole of water, the total amount of oxygen is only 16g. But the amount of the same in 1mole of Hydrogen peroxide is 32g. So more oxygen is present in hydrogen peroxide than in water.


Oxygen is important to water because oxygen is an element in water. Water is made of oxygen and hydrogen. Without oxygen, water would just be hydrogen, not water!


No. Hydrogen and oxygen are elements, not compounds. They are not the same.


the compound water made up of hydrogen and oxygen. hydrogen and oxygen both are gas. but the compound water is liquid


Yes, water is comprised of Hydrogen and Oxygen, H2O


By reacting it with oxygen; both the hydrogen and the oxygen are converted into water.


No. Hydrogen combines with oxygen to make water.


You can get water from hydrogen if you combine the hydrogen with oxygen atoms.


The mass of hydrogen and oxygen in the reactants is the same as the mass of the water produced. The balanced chemical equation for this reaction is 2H2 + O2 --> 2H2O. Notice that the numbers of hydrogen and oxygen atoms are the same on both sides of the equation.



The bond between oxygen and hydrogen in the same molecule is a covalent bond. The bond between a hydrogen atom and oxygen atom in different molecules is a hydrogen bond.


Hydrogen and oxygen. What is probably meant is which two elements make dihydrogen oxide (water; H2O). The answer remains the same: hydrogen and oxygen.


This is one atom of oxygen in a molecule of water. There are two atoms of hydrogen in that same molecule.


an oxygen and a hydrogen atom do not weight the same



Water is H2O. 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom. Water is not formed when you mix hydrogen and oxygen. An explosive mixture of hydrogen and oxygen is formed. When you burn hydrogen in oxygen, the resulting compound is water. When you boil water the result is steam, or water vapor. Boiling does NOT separate the hydrogen and oxygen. An electrical current is needed to separate the hydrogen and oxygen. CAUTION: Do NOT put salt in the water to speed up the electrolysis of water. It changes the products. instead of hydrogen and oxygen, you get hydrogen, chlorine (gas), and sodium hydroxide. The last two are very poisonous.



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