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No. Hydrogen and oxygen react with each other to form water.

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Hydrogen and oxygen undergo combination reaction to form water.When hydrogen and oxygen react together, water is formed.

Hydrogen plus oxygen creates water

Hydrogen and oxygen react with each other to create water.

Hydrogen gas and oxygen gas react to form what water (H2O).

Hydrogen an react with oxygen to form water and not helium

Hydrogen and oxygen will react explosively to form water.

The most common compound of hydrogen and oxygen is better known as "Water".Hydrogen and oxygen also forms Hydrogen Peroxide.

2 atoms (molecules) of hydrogen are needed to react with oxygen to form water.

No metals react to form water. The two nonmetals that react to form water are hydrogen and oxygen.

Not all metals react with water, but some, such as metallic sodium, do react quite vigorously with water. In a sense it is true that when metals react with water it is the same as reacting with oxygen, because the water molecule (H2O) does contain oxygen, and it is the oxygen in the water molecule with which metals react. Metals do not react with the hydrogen content of the water molecule, so when metal reacts with water, hydrogen gas is produced as a byproduct. It just bubbles out of the water.

Answer: 7 moles hydrogen and 3,5 moles oxygen.

Because hydrogen and oxygen require specific conditions to react and form water, which are not met in the normal surroundings.

No. Hydrogen and oxygen will only react at high temperatures.

No, if you have a contained filled with hydrogen and oxygen gas you have separated hydrogen molecules (H2) and oxygen molecules (O2). In water the hydrogen and oxygen are bonded to each other in water molecules (H2O). However, if you apply enough heat to a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen gas the two will react and water will be the product.

The mass of the oxygen and hydrogen that react to form water will be exactly equal to the mass of the water produced.

Yes. Fluorine reacts with water to form hydrogen fluoride and oxygen.

Hydrogen and oxygen can react to produce water or hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide is produced by a complicated process, but the overall equation is H2 + O2 ---> H2O2. Water is produced by the reaction of 2H2 + O2 --->2H2O.

YOU GET HEAT LIGHT AND WATER!!! WOOHOOO!!!! If you combust/burn it.. that is....

Actinium react with oxygen, water, hydrogen, sulfur, halogens, etc.

If oxygen combines with water, the result is hydrogen peroxide. Of course, the oxygen does not necessarily react. You can also just get water with dissolved oxygen.

oxygen and hydrogen react each other released the temperature of 2100 degree centigrade-Type your answer here...

metals react with oxygen to form metallic oxide metals react with water to form metal hydrogen with liberation of hydrogen metals react with acid to form metal salts with liberation of hydrogen non metals react with oxygen to form nonmetallic oxide I think metaloids

No. Helium does not react with anything and oxygen is an element: you cannot get an element by combining substances. You can, however, split water apart into hydrogen and oxygen.

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

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