Yes Hydrogen does burn
All stars 'burn' hydrogen
helium does not burn, hydrogen will burn in air
yes, hydrogen will burn with oxygen if it is NT exposed to air.
Hydrogen gas is highly flammable; you can make it burn with the slightest spark.
Yes. When you burn hydrogen the product is water. If you pass an electric current through that water you can split it back into hydrogen and oxygen.
No hydrogen will not burn in the absence of air unless another oxidizer is present.
You don't. Sea water is the combustion byproduct of hydrogen. That is, water is water you get when you burn hydrogen.
Hydrogen burns because of its natural properites.
Hydrogen burn in air releasing a typical sound.
Water does not ordinarily burn because of the massive amount of energy required to break the chemical bond between Hydrogen and Oxygen. If enough heat is added to break apart this bond, then the Hydrogen will burn.
The sun fuses hydrogen in its core. It does not burn it in the sense we are familiar with.
All main sequence stars fuse hydrogen.
Water does not burn because it is already burnt: it is oxidised hydrogen. However, if heated to plasma levels, the hydrogen can be separated from the oxygen and will "burn" when the oxygen is recombined with the hydrogen upon cooling.
Water. You can burn oxygen and you can burn hydrogen but you can't burn water.
hydrogen is an explosive gas and it also needs oxygen to burn
The hydrogen will ignite and burn rapidly, likely causing an explosion.
Hydrogen. More accurately, hydrogen-1 is converted into helium-4.
At 560 Degree Celsius