Elements and Compounds

# What is the word equation for lithium and oxygen?

Lithium + Oxygen => Lithium Oxide.

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lithium oxide

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## Related Questions

Word Equation for Lithium and water-Lithium + water ---> lithium hydroxide + hydrogen + lots of heat.

Lithium react with oygen to form lithium oxide through this equation: 4Li + O2 --&gt; 2Li2O

Metal + oxygen ----&gt; Metal oxide So... 1) Magnesium + oxygen ----&gt; Magnesium oxide 2) Lithium + oxygen -----&gt; Lithium oxide So now try these if your unsure still : 1) Iron + oxygen ----&gt; 2) Copper + oxygen ------&gt; Hope I helped! :D

Heating lithium in dry air will cause it to combine with oxygen to form lithium oxide. The equation might look like this: 4Li + O2 = 2Li2O We'll also see a bit of lithium peroxide form as in this equation: 2Li2O2 &rarr; Li2O + O2 Note that lithium peroxide is unstable and will decompose into lithium oxide and oxygen as in this equation: 2Li2O2 &rarr; 2Li2O + O2

Lithium reacts with water to produce lithium hydroxide and hydrogen gas. Chemical equation: 2Li + 2H2O --&gt; 2LiOH + H2

Lithium and water react to produce lithium hydroxide and hydrogen, along with considerable heat.

The Word Equation for Zinc and Oxygen is: Zinc &rarr; Oxygen &rarr; Zinc oxide And the Balanced Symbol Equation for Zinc and Oxygen is 2Zn &rarr; O2 &rarr; 2ZnO

There is no word equation for making oxygen. Oxygen is a natural element and cannot therefore be a created substance.

lithium carbonate + hydrochloric acid ---&gt; lithium chloride + carbon dioxide + water

WORD EQUATION: Magnesium + Oxygen --&gt; Magnesium oxide SYMBOLS: 2Mg + O2 --&gt; 2MgO

when lithium is burned and mixes with oxygen it makes lithium peroxide.

Word equation:sodium + oxygen => sodium oxideSymbol equation:4Na + O2 => 2Na2O

Lithium + Water = Lithium Hydroxide + Hydrogen The equation is: 2Li + 2H2O = 2LiOH + H2

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