The chemical equation for OXYGEN is [O]
The Chemical equation for oxygen is "O" lol
The Word Equation for Zinc and Oxygen is: Zinc → Oxygen → Zinc oxide And the Balanced Symbol Equation for Zinc and Oxygen is 2Zn → O2 → 2ZnO
There is no word equation for making oxygen. Oxygen is a natural element and cannot therefore be a created substance.
chemical equation for water- H2O chemical equation for oxygen- O2when water, oxygen and iron comes in contact the process of rusting occurs.
If you mean Carbon minus Oxygen then, no. It isn't an equation.
The atomic oxygen is O.
The chemical equation for the reaction between magnesium and oxygen is 2Mg + O2 --> 2MgO.
Balanced Chemical EquationC2H5OH + 3O2 -----> 2CO2 + 3H2OWord EquationEthanol + Oxygen -----> Water + Carbon Dioxide
Water and oxygen will not react.
Hydrogen + oxygen → water2H2 + O2 → 2H2ORemember to balance the equation
Word equation:sodium + oxygen => sodium oxideSymbol equation:4Na + O2 => 2Na2O
Without an equation, there is no specific answer to this question. However, the number of oxygen atoms on both sides of an equation would be the same.
Ethane and Oxygen make: Ethane + Oxygen = Carbon Monoxide and Water In a Balanced Symbol Equation: 4C2H6 + 12O2 = 6CO + 12H2O
oxygen+glucose=carbon dioxide +water(oxygen)
Sulphur+Oxygen= i dnt know !!
iron+oxygen = iron oxide
Calcium + Oxygen -----> CalciumOxide
Potassium + Oxygen = Potassium Oxide
4K + O2 = 2K2O so the "coefficient" is 1
WORD EQUATION: Magnesium + Oxygen --> Magnesium oxide SYMBOLS: 2Mg + O2 --> 2MgO