H2O (hydrogen & oxygen).
tiny hydrogen and oxygen ice cubes
Hydrogen and Oxygen
Yes, they are made up of water which is made of hydrogen and oxygen (H2O)
Yes. Ice is solid water and water is made up of hydrogen and oxygen atoms.
Ice is water, water is composed of 2 hydrogen and 1 oxygen molecules, therefore oxygen is 1/3 of ice (by volume, not mass).
The two biggies are Oxygen and Hydrogen.
Answer: Yes, Ice cubes are a compound, because they consist of hydrogen and oxygen.
yes, because ice is just frozen water hydrogen and oxygen
Ice means condensed water. Water is made of hydrogen and oxygen. So ice is a compound.
They do not have any ice on them where are the hydrogen and oxygen atoms in space that can combine to make water
Ice is indeed a compound, as it consists of 2 hydrogen molecules and 1 oxygen molecule.
Hydrogen and oxygen- ice is solid water, which consists of H2 and O2
Frozen Hydrogen and oxygen frozen h20= frozen water
Hydrogen bond is present between the ice molecules and single covalent bond is present between hydrogen and oxygen.
You could if you separated the hydrogen and oxygen of the water ice by electrolysis, which would probably be very impractical.
ice is frozen water,2 molecules hydrogen and 1 oxygen, h2o
Hydrogen + Oxygen = Hydrogen Oxide
yes it does, as ice is the frozen state of water and water's chemical formula is h2o, where "h" is hydrogen and "o" is oxygen, but the chemical properties of hydrogen are not same as in "h2" cause it has been reacted with oxygen and lost its original chemical properties as single atom bond....
3, Hydrogen X2 and Oxygen aka water frozen
No. A native mineral is composed of only one element. Ice, the mineral, is composed of two -- hydrogen and oxygen.
Ice is solid water. Water is a chemical compound, with the formula H2O, which contains atoms of the elements Hydrogen and Oxygen.
hydrogen + oxygen = HO, hydroxide: hydrogen + oxygen + oxygen = H20, water
Hydrogen bonds, which form between the hydrogen and the loan pair of electrons on the oxygen of another water molecule.
There are two hydrogen/oxygen atoms in each molecule of hydrogen/oxygen.