No. Hydrogen and oxygen react with each other to form water.
No. Hydrogen and oxygen will only react at high temperatures.
Hydrogen and oxygen undergo combination reaction to form water.When hydrogen and oxygen react together, water is formed.
Hydrogen plus oxygen creates 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.
Hydrogen and oxygen react with each other to create water.
2 atoms (molecules) of hydrogen are needed to react with oxygen to form water.
Hydrogen reacts with oxygen when it burns. H2 + O2 --> H2O
Oxygen gas (O2)
Answer: 7 moles hydrogen and 3,5 moles oxygen.
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
They chemically bond together t form molecules of H2O.
5g of oxygen are required to completely react with 10g of hydrogen resulting in water with no net losses. Or exactly 2:1 = H20 (2 hydrogen < > 1 oxygen)
Certain gases that react with oxygen, for example hydrogen.
Scandium can react with oxygen, hydrogen, tellurium, etc.
No. acids and metals react to give off hydrogen.
No metals react to form water. The two nonmetals that react to form water are hydrogen and oxygen.
Lead , Carbon , hydrogen , mercury , nitrogen .,etc
Actinium can react with halogens, oxygen, hydrogen.
Because hydrogen and oxygen require specific conditions to react and form water, which are not met in the normal surroundings.
oxygen and hydrogen react each other released the temperature of 2100 degree centigrade-Type your answer here...
10 molecules of hydrogen peroxide.
Carbon dioxide form a milky suspension of calcium carbonate in calcium hydroxide; hydrogen doesn't react. But hydrogen react with oxygen when a flame exist.
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