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Two hydrogen atoms combine with one oxygen atom to form water.

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When hydrogen and oxygen combine to form water, water is a product of the reaction.

Of course it's water (H2O) or hydrogen peroxide (H2O2).

hydrogen + oxygen = HO, hydroxide: hydrogen + oxygen + oxygen = H20, water

You can get water from hydrogen if you combine the hydrogen with oxygen atoms.

No. Hydrogen combines with oxygen to make water.

When you combine one Oxygen and one Hydrogen you get Hydroxide. If you combine one Oxygen with two hydrogens you will end up with water.

The Water is the Product. The Hydrogen and Oxygen are the Reactants.

The compound oxygen and hydrogen can combine explosively to form water.

The electrons come from water. In the light dependent stage water is split into hydrogen ions (H+), electrons and oxygen. The electrons are passed on to chlorophyll, the H+ ions combine with NADP to form NADPH and the oxygen is released.

The electrons in the oxygen and hydrogen have a high amount of energy which is released when the oxygen and hydrogen combine to form water. The electrons are in a more stable set of bonds. The water then has no chance of bonding to decrease energy, so the water absorbs heat by cooling and boiling, so that the fire goes out.

Through the process of a chemical reaction. The electrons pair and hold the two together.

Hydrogen and oxygen can combine to form different products. By far the most common product of hydrogen and oxygen is water, H2O. However, hydrogen and oxygen can also form hydrogen peroxide, H2O2

Hydrogen and Oxygen.A water molecule is made of two hydrogen and one oxygen atom.

hydrogen and oxygen alone are elements, but they can combine to form the compound h2o (water)

Hydrogen contains one valence electron (one electron in its outer orbit) and oxygen contains six valence electrons, to become stable a element wants to have 8 electrons in its outer orbit. Therefore when hydrogen and oxygen combine, it will take 2 parts hydrogen and one part oxygen H2O

Hydrogen and oxygen (H2O) form water. So there is one Hydrogen atom and 2 Oxygen atoms to make a water molecule.

One atom of Oxygen and two atoms of Hydrogen combine to form a water molecule by the shearing electrons, water has the chemical formula H2O.

Yes indeed you can combine oxygen and hydrogen chemically to form water, simply by burning hydrogen in oxygen or air - two atoms of hydrogen combine with one atom of oxygen to form H2O - (although strictly speaking, in the context of chemistry, the water so produced would not necessarily be a "mixture").

They are the constituent elements which combine to form water.

You will get water and argon. Hydrogen an oxygen will readily and violently combine to form water. Argon is an inert gas, and so will not combine with other elements.

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