YES, this happens when hydrogen burns.
2H2 + O2 ==> 2H2O
Do you mean when combined? Because when Hydrogen gas (H2) is burned it combines with Oxygen (O2) to form Water (H2O). The extra oxygen is used to make another molecule of water. So two molecules of oxygen are needed and four molecules of Hydrogen.
two elements hydrogen and oxygen is used to make water i.e H2O . there are two molecules of hydrogen and one molecule of oxygen
a water molecule is a combination of two hydrogen atoms chemically combined with one oxygen molecule forming.Whilst oxygen molecule is just two oxygen atoms chemically combined.
Hydrogen and Oxygen.Related Information:2 molecules of Hydrogen for every molecule of Oxygen, when combined make water (H2O).Water is an oxide of hydrogen, and is formed when hydrogen reacts with oxygen. Water is not a fuel, it is an end-product of the combustion of hydrogen, which is a fuel.The energy required to split water into hydrogen and oxygen, is greater than the energy that can be collected when the hydrogen and oxygen recombine.
Water, H2O, is a molecule of hydrogen and oxygen. It is considered a compound. That said, yes, oxygen and hydrogen combine to make a compound that is represented by the molecule H2O.
one molecule of oxygen and two molecules of hydrogen.
In water and many other compounds hydrogen and oxygen are held by covalent bonds.Between water molecules and between other polar molecules hydrogen of one molecule and oxygen of a different molecule are held by hydrogen bonds.
Because the hydrogen molecules are further apart than the oxygen so move quicker.
Firstly, there are two hydrogen molecules and one oxygen molecule that make up water. These hydrogen molecules are bound by hydrogen bonds to the oxygen molecule. Hence the meaning of H20. 2 hydrogens and 1 oxygen. The hydrogen molecules that are bound to the oxygen molecule are broken at high temperatures therefore water (in liquid condition) is turned into water vapor (gas condition).
Water H= Hydrogen O=Oxygen 2=is the number of Hydrogen molecules for each Oxygen molecule.
Water molecules consist of hydrogen molecules and oxygen molecules. Most of the negative charge comes from the oxygen molecules while the hydrogen molecules carry the positive charge.
Yes. Two Hyrdrogen molecules, one Oxygen molecule. The Hydrogen molecules are each bound to Oxygen at an odd angle making the molecule polar
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.
Two oxygen molecules and one hydrogen molecule.
The hydrogen bond is between a hydrogen atom of a molecule of water and the oxygen atom of another molecule of water.
There are two hydrogen/oxygen atoms in each molecule of hydrogen/oxygen.
1 Hydrogen molecule peri oxide (pair of oxygen) 2 oxygen molecules Water is 2 hydrogenand 1 oxygen so rust forms slower. Acids even make faster rust if combined with water.
The oxygen molecule is slightly negative and the hydrogen molecules are slightly positive.
There is 1 molecule of water in a molecule of water. That 1 molecule is comprised of 1 Oxygen atom and 2 Hydrogen atoms.
No, water molecules are made of Hydrogen and Oxygen, there is no Carbon.
Water.Two molecules of hydrogen, One molecule of oxygen.
No, Water is a molecule with hydrogen and oxygen
there are two molecules of hydrogen and one molecule of oxygen
No, water is a molecule; it is comprised of hydrogen and oxygen atoms.
No, Oxygen is an atom, and as such is composed of protons, neutrons and electrons. There are no molecules in oxygen, but a single oxygen atom becomes a molecule when it is combined with another oxygen atom to form O2.