Hydrogen is formed as molecule containing two atoms, just as nitrogen, and oxygen.
Hydrogen does occur in the diatomic form because it consists of the single positively charged electron and proton.
normally hydrogen is diatomic in gaseous form at sea level pressures on this planet. As all elements can be solid liquid or gas.... the triple point of Hydrogen is about 266 below zero
Because the elements can combine in many ways to form compounds, and compounds can be mixed in many differed ways. Moreover, some elements occur in different forms. The elements carbon and hydrogen alone combine for form thousands of compounds.
Only halogens form a binary acid with hydrogen.
Hurricanes normally occur in a low pressured area. they form there and then strengthen as they pass by.
Elements form compounds because elements are usually unstable alone. That is why there are not many elements that occur naturally in a pure form.
oxygen = H2O water, sulphur = hydrogen sulphide Only one element can form with hydrogen, and that is hydrogen itself.
hydrogen and oxygen are elements . but two or more elements combine to form a compound.
Elements do not "occur" in bonds. Instead, elements form bonds between themselves. If the question means "Between what types of elements are covalent bonds likely to form?", the answer is "elements with very similar electronegativities". The smallest possible difference between electronegativities is that between two atoms of the same element, such as is present in the diatomic elements hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen fluorine, chlorine, bromine, and iodine and in the polyatomic element carbon in its diamond crystal form.
The major elements that form the glucose molecule are carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.
Noble gases do not normally form compounds.
Hydrogen and oxygen are elements that usually take the form of molecules.
Hydrogen and oxygen
They are the constituent elements which combine to form water.
hydrogen and oxygen
Hydrogen and Oxygen
Hydrogen and Carbon.
No - hydrogen needs to be present and bonded to a very electronegative element for hydrogen bonding to occur.
a non-metal with a non-metal. eg hydrogen and oxygen
With the conditions of temperature and pressure found on the Earth hydrogen and oxygen in their free state are gas molecules consisting of two atoms. But nitrogen gas can also be found in this form.
FONRemember this contraction. Florine, oxygen and nitrogenare the only elements in conjunction with hydrogen that can form hydrogen bonding. The electronegativity variance is important here and chlorine does not vary enough from hydrogen to form hydrogen bonding
A chemical reaction between oxygen and hydrogen occur.