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When hydrogen burns in oxygen it forms water mean H2O.

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

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 the presence of oxygen.

Hydrogen combining with oxygen to form water is an exothermic reaction, which is why hydrogen burns.

The sodium burns, spilting the water into hydrogen and oxygen. The hydrogen itself then burns with explosive force.

Water (H2O) is formed when hydrogen is burned by oxygen

what happens whwn water is broken down,what happens to the oxygen and hydrogen atoms it is made of

When hydrogen burns, it reacts with oxygen in the surrounding air and forms water. 2H2 + O2 --> 2H2O

No one, as it can't. They are developing an automobile that runs on water. It separates the hydrogen from the oxygen. The hydrogen burns.

A chemical reaction between oxygen and hydrogen occur.

What do you mean by combine? I can mix hydrogen and oxygen and nothing happens, it is a mixture. If I strike a match in this mixture, he hydrogen burns and the two elements make a compound -- water. Because it is so hot from burning you can't see the water, but if you collect and cool it you will get water.

Hydrogen is a colorless gas that combines with oxygen when burned to form water.

it seperates the hydrogen from the oxygen hydrogen bubbles from the - oxygen bubbles from the +

Hydrogen combines with oxygen to form water. If you want more details, hydrogen is an element that tends to donate electrons, and oxygen inclines strongly toward acquiring more electrons, so hydrogen donates, oxygen takes, and both achieve a more stable electron configuration thereby.

Yes, Hydrogen burns in the presence of Oxygen to form the compound H2O, better known as water.

No. 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.

When Hydrogen reacts (or burns) with Oxygen it forms a liquid compound called 'Hydrate,' which is more commonly known as water.

Yes, it burns very quickly. You get water and heat from the reaction.

Water is formed when hydrogen gas burns (reacts) with oxygen (from air) 2 H2(g) + O2(g) --> 2H2O(l)

candle wax. The wax is a hydrocarbon (hydrogen+carbon) and as it burns, it rects with oxygen and hydrogen in the air. Hydrogen+hydrogen+oxygen=H2O (water) Carbon+oxygen+oxygen=CO2 (carbon dioxide) Other hydrocarbons include petrol, diesel, oil, propane etc

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