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Hydrogen and oxygen react with each other to create water.

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No. Hydrogen reacts with oxygen to yield water.

Beryllium is the only alkaline metal that reacts to oxygen but not to water. The hydrogen in water stabilizes the reaction.

Water , however if there is insufficient oxygen some hydrogen peroxide is formed, (H2O2 )

Hydrogen is an element. Oxygen is an element. Hydrogen reacts with Oxygen to form a compound which is called water and has the formula H2O. Hydrogen and Oxygen can also form another compound called Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2)

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

Not exactly, a car can run on the energy released when hydrogen reacts with oxygen to make water.

Hydrogen is not inert it reacts explosively with Oxygen to create water H2O

Oxygen is chemically active because it reacts with other chemicals such as hydrogen to form water.

The combustion of hydrogen requires oxygen, which is supplied by the surrounding air. When hydrogen is combusted, it reacts with oxygen in the equation: 2H2 + O2 --> 2H2O with water (H2O) being the product

Hydrogen, followed by oxygen. Argon is unreactive.

When Hydrogen reacts (or burns) with Oxygen it forms a liquid compound called 'Hydrate,' which is more commonly known as water.

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.

The amount of water formed from a reactionof hydrogen and oxygen conforms to the chemical equation: 2H2 + O2 --> 2H2O For every two moles of hydrogen which reacts with one mole of oxygen, 2 moles of water are formed.

Because they decompose the water to pure hydrogen and oxygen. The hydrogen is a flammable gas and the oxygen is the oxidizing agent that reacts together in an explosive manner.Caesium

If one chemically reacts oxygen gas and hydrogen gas, any liquid produced is water.

Hydrogen does not react with water

You heat heat land light given off and water is formed.

When hydrogen burns, it reacts with oxygen in the surrounding air and forms water. 2H2 + O2 --> 2H2O

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

If the solid reacts with the Oxygen or Hydrogen in the water it will be a chemical change. If not, it will be a physical change.

Yes. Hydrogen from the fuel reacts with oxygen, either as an elemental source or from an oxygen-containing reactant, to form water.

Hydrogen reacts with the oxygen in the air. Word equation: Hydrogen plus oxygen produces water. Chemical equation: 2H2 + O2 ---> 2H2O

No but rather it reacts with oxygen which is dissolved in water.

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