the white powder is magnesium oxide. Magnesium burns in air with a dazzling white light to produce magnesium oxide. the equation is- 2Mg + O2 = 2MgO
Magnesium oxide anything that is burned with oxygen (what is left) is called [material you burned] oxide
Cuprous oxide, or copper (I) oxide, Cu2O, is a red powder. Cupric oxide, or copper (II) oxide, CuO, is a black powder.
"*Cuprous oxide*", or copper (I) oxide, *Cu**2**O*, is a red powder. "**""*Cupric oxide*", or copper (II) oxide, *CuO*, is a black powder.
After burning of magnesium MgO (magnesium oxide) is obtained.
its just a type of ash
The pollutants produced by burning coal are Mercury-HG Sulphur oxide-SO2 Nitrogen oxides-NO2
Cu2O is chemical formula for copper(1) oxide. It is red in colour.
One name would be "Oxides", as in iron oxide (Rust), aluminum oxide, zinc oxide, and titanium oxide, to name a few.
Ozone is the common name for oxygen oxide.
Copper (I) Oxide or Cuprous Oxide
The other name for titanium oxide is titanium(IV) oxide or titania. See Related Links
Iron(III)Oxide. Older name. Ferric oxide
Copper oxide consists of copper and oxygen hence the name copper oxide.
Ferric Oxide or Iron (III) Oxide
Copper I oxide, a.k.a. cuprous oxide
lead (lV) oxide or plumbic oxide
Iron oxide is called rust.
tin (II) oxide Tin(IV) oxide or stannic oxide
chemical name of stabilizer powder
Iron (II) oxide; the old-style name would be ferrous oxide.
The standard name of this compound is Nitrogen(II) Oxide. It is generally known as nitric oxide.
FeO is ferrous oxide or iron II oxide.
Tin (IV) oxide or stannic oxide.