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When making water by burning Hydrogen in Oxygen (a very explosive reaction) is that 2 atoms of Hydrogen and 1 atom of Oxygen join together to form 1 water molecular - H2O.

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YES, this happens when hydrogen burns. 2H2 + O2 ==> 2H2O


When hydrogen burns in oxygen it forms water mean H2O.



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The hydrogen and carbon atoms join with the oxygen to form Carbon Dioxide and Water. :D


when hydrogen burns in the presence of oxygen.


A molecule is the smallest unit that still has the same properties as the material it came from. Although it would be limited, a water molecule would do anything that a bucket of water would do. For example, if you broke the molecule down further, you'd get hydrogen and oxygen. Hydrogen burns and oxygen supports things that burn. Water suppresses burning things.


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Hydrogen reacts with oxygen when it burns. H2 + O2 --> H2O


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