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

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The chemical equation for hydrogen gas and oxygen gas combining to form water is as follows: 2H2 (g) + O2 (g) ---> 2H2O (l). This means that for every 1 mole of oxygen gas reacting, two moles of hydrogen gas are needed. So if 0.50 moles of oxygen gas react to form one mole of water, then one mole of hydrogen gas was used.

two molecules of hydrogen gas plus one molecule of oxygen gas react to form two molecules of water

The reaction equation is: 2H2 + O2 = 2H2O So one need two volume part of hydrogen and one volume part of oxygen to form water.

when 2 molecules of hydrogen gas and one molecule of oxygen react with each other then they form water(H2O)

Approximately twice as much volume of hydrogen as of oxygen: Both gases are diatomic and nearly ideal at normal temperature and pressure, and the atomic ratio of hydrogen to oxygen in water is 2.

Certain gases that react with oxygen, for example hydrogen.

A metal more active than hydrogen in the electromotive series will react with an acid to form hydrogen gas.

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.

If you add thermal energy to a mixture of oxygen gas and hydrogen gas, water will be produced in the form of water vapor.

Hydrogen is a colorless gas that combines with oxygen when burned to form water.

Sodium and water, in absence of air or oxygen, react to produce hydrogen gas and sodium hydroxide. When there is a slight amount of oxygen in the reaction mixture this will immediately and explosively react with hydrogen to form water. That's why this is a dangerous reaction.

Many metals react with an acid to form hydrogen. A common chemistry lab activity is to react zinc metal with hydrochloric acid to create hydrogen gas and aqueous zinc chloride.

Water (H2O) consists of two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen. The electrolysis of water can separate the hydrogen and the oxygen. When electricity travels through water between two electrodes (+ and -), the hydrogen and oxygen split. At one electrode oxygen gas will form. At the other, hydrogen gas will form.

Decompose water with electrolysis, hydrogen gas and oxygen gas is formed. React water with sodium metal, hydrogen gas is formed. React magnesium metal with any acid, hydrogen gas is formed. React hydrochloric acid with calcium carbonate, carbon dioxide gas is formed.

Acids react with most of the metals and form hydrogen. Few metals like Cu does not react this way.

Hydrogen gas would react with oxgyen and release energy. The lighter hydrogen gas would float to the top of the atmosphere; above the heavier nitrogen and oxygen.

Hydrogen combines with oxygen to form water. The reaction is two molecules of hydrogen gas (H2) and one molecule of oxygen gas (O2) to form two molecules of water (H2O).

Hydrogen gas reacts with oxygen gas to form water and gives off energy in the process. This energy, mostly in the form of heat, can be used as an energy source. Hydrogen fuel cells are specialized to react the hydrogen and oxygen in an optimal way so that maximum energy can be harnessed. The source of the energy is the hydrogen gas that is synthesized in a lab, usually by the electrolysis of water (which means running electrical energy through water causing it to separate into oxygen and hydrogen gas). The energy used to create the hydrogen gas can come from many sources including fossil fuels, solar, hydroelectric, etc.

No, Hydrogen gas is the diatomic element H, so it appears in nature as H2. The most common form of Hydrogen combined with Oxygen is H2O, or water.

oxygen gas is heavier than hydrogen gas

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