Yes. Hydrogen is a highly flammable gas.
Below is a link to a slow motion YouTube video showing a hydrogen filled balloon being ignited. It shows just how flammable hydrogen is. Don't try this at home unless you know what you are doing.......
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If water is made of Hydrogen and Oxygen why doesn't it burn?
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. ...
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Can water catch on fire?
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. ...