Does pure hydrogen burn?
Yes, Hydrogen burns in the presence of Oxygen to form the compound H2O, better known as water.
No hydrogen will not burn in the absence of air unless another oxidizer is present.
Hydrogen gas is non-toxic but it is highly flammable (or explosive) so it could easily cause you to burn to death; in addition, if you were to breathe pure hydrogen you would die in a few minutes from lack of oxygen.
Yes Hydrogen does burn
Can the hydrogen and oxygen created by the electrolysis of water be easily recombined to create pure water?
Yes, the pair of gases can easily be combined to create pure water. Passing the two gasses across a hot surface will cause the hydrogen and oxygen to "burn" or recombine, and (pure) water will form. The water will appear as a hot gas, but cooling it will cause it to condense.
yes it will.pure hydrogen will put off a burning splinter with a pop sound.this is because hydrogen is a non supporter of combustion.instead hydrogen itself will burn with blue flames.this is because hydrogen is a highly combustible gas
All stars 'burn' hydrogen
Hydrogen is a pure substance because it is an element
Hydrogen peroxide is a pure compound.
Household hydrogen peroxide is a homogeneous mixture of hydrogen peroxide and water.
The result of this separation will be pure hydrogen and pure helium.
helium does not burn, hydrogen will burn in air
Yes hydrogen fluoride can be dissolved in pure water.
yes, hydrogen will burn with oxygen if it is NT exposed to air.
Hydrogen gas is highly flammable; you can make it burn with the slightest spark.
No. Hydrogen is a pure substance.
Yes. When you burn hydrogen the product is water. If you pass an electric current through that water you can split it back into hydrogen and oxygen.
Pure hydrogen is composed of nothing but hydrogen atoms.
Iron will burn in pure oxygen.
No, oxygen itself does not burn. It is needed for other things to burn.
Different sources give different numbers. A hydrogen flame in air burns at "2045 °C" "2,400 K" = 3860 °C "2483 K" = 2127 °C A hydrogen flame in a pure oxygen environment can burn hotter: "2660 °C" "3,080 K" = 2800 °C "3473 K" = 3200 °C Hydrogen energized by an electrical arc until it separates into lone atoms, and then burned (an "atomic hydrogen torch"), can produce even hotter flames, at 4000 °C to… Read More
Yes water is made from one part Oxygen and two parts Hydrogen. If one were to mix pure Oxygen and Pure hydrogen in these proportions and then set a spark, there would be an explosion as the Hydrogen burned very rapidly to form steem. Such a mixture is very, very dangerous. This is the mixture introduced into the rocket engine to propel an Atlas Rocket. Please be warned do not play or experiment with hydrogen… Read More
You don't. Sea water is the combustion byproduct of hydrogen. That is, water is water you get when you burn hydrogen.
if it runs on pure hydrogen then the only exhaust will be pure water vapor.
No. Hydrogen is a pure substance and therefore is homogeneous.
No, hydrogen gas is a pure substance.
You can find hydrogen in various compounds around the home. not in a pure state however. Electrolysis can separate water into relatively pure oxygen and hydrogen gas.
Hydrogen is a pure substance because it is a single element made up of only 1 type of particle.
nowhere in earth is hydrogen found in it's pure state. It is compounded with other elements.
Hydrogen burns because of its natural properites.
Helium, pure and simple. Hydrogen is normally H2 with one hydrogen atom sharing an electron with another hydrogen atom.
It forms H2O
electricity is pumped though the water to decompose the water into pure hydrogen and pure oxygen
The answer would be no. In Earth there is no hydrogen source in its pure form. It is only found in compound with other elements.
Hydrogen in its pure state is H2 gas, which is neutral. The ionic form, H+, is acidic.
Pure hydrogen peroxide has a pH of 6.2
It is pure so yes.
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.
Hydrogen peroxide itself is a pure substance. Hydrogen peroxide in bottles at the drugstore is a mixture; it's a solution of hydrogen peroxide (about 3%) in water (about 97%) with possibly some traces of a stabilizing material.
Pure water is a compound of hydrogen and oxygen.
Pure water is a compound of hydrogen and oxygen.
Pure water is an oxide of hydrogen, H2O.
hydrogen is harmful in its pure form and concentrated hydrogen in the air is not as harmful because it is dilluted
No hydrogen is not edible. Because of its freezing tempratures, It can not be edible.
Hydrogen and chlorine are chemical elements, not compounds
Hydrogen is not a mixture. It is an element, which is a pure substance.
Hydrogen is commonly found in water, but not as a pure substance.