When hydrogen burns, it reacts with oxygen in the surrounding air and forms water.
2H2 + O2 --> 2H2O
i dont know? why do you tell me :)
Two compounds are made of hydrogen and oxygen. Water has the chemical formula H2O, and hydrogen peroxide has the chemical formula H2O2.
Oxygen, carbon and hydrogen.
chemical change-- because a new product is being made and the act of magnesium burning and turning into powder is not reversable
Our Sun is mainly Hydrogen, which it burns via Fusion into Helium.To consider further, have a crack at nucleosynthesis in an online encyclopedia.
Yes, hydrogen is a product of this reaction.
Sodium oxide and sodium peroxide
It is reactant!
Water is made up of hydrogen and oxygen. Hydrogen is the lightest and most abundant chemical element.
Hydrogenation refers to an enzymatic chemical reaction between molecular hydrogen (H2) and another substance. Its product is a saturated organic compound.
Hydrogen and helium are the principal components.
A hydrogen atom is made from 1 hydrogen atom while a hydrogen molecule is made by 2 hydrogen atoms in a chemical compound thus making it twice as big too.
Product is something made, or grown, or harvested. Consumer is the person who uses it, or eats it, or burns it.
Hydrogen sulphide has the chemical formula H2S. It is made up of hydrogen and sulfur, so the molecule is a compound.
Water is not a chemical itself. It is a chemical compound that is made of hydrogen and oxygen atoms covalently bonded together.
i think it's called a product by the way i have not checked it
Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen. CH2O is the chemical formula.
It is a compound because it is made of oxygen, hydrogen and other elements.
Oxygen, Carbon, Hydrogen. <- There are three new ones.
It shows the chemical makeup of a substance using the chemical symbols of the elements in that substance. Hydrochloric Acid is made up of Hydrogen and Chlorine, expressed at HCl. Water is made up of 2 hydrogen atoms and an oxygen, expressed as H2O
Water is made from two hydrogen atoms bonded to an oxygen atom, which gives us the chemical formula H2O.