When hydrogen burns in air, it combines with atmospheric oxygen to form water. Since hydrogen and oxygen are undergoing a chemical change to become chemically bonded together producing H2O the change is chemical in nature.
When hydrogen burns in oxygen it forms water mean H2O.
Hydrogen burns in air to make water
hydrogen burns in air with a pop sound
It uses helium.
When a star burns up all of its hydrogen,it becomes red in color.As hydrogen is the fuel for star and it will burst after it.
hydrogen gas burns in air.
Hydrogen burns in air, usually with a loud pop.
When hydrogen burns, it reacts with oxygen in the surrounding air and forms water. 2H2 + O2 --> 2H2O
Oxygen gas (O2)
this happens because hydrogen is lighter than air
because hydrogen is less dense than air.
Hydrogen and carbon that's all i know
When hydrogen burns in air with H2+O2= H20
Water, aka H2O
Hydrogen is the element, you are thinking of. == == == ==
It burns very easily in air. With the right ratio of air-to-hydrogen, it is explosive.
it burns vigorously
when carbon burns in air it reacts with O2 gas to make CO2
Water is formed when hydrogen gas burns (reacts) with oxygen (from air) 2 H2(g) + O2(g) --> 2H2O(l)