When Hydrogen reacts (or burns) with Oxygen it forms a liquid compound called 'Hydrate,' which is more commonly known as water.
Because when hydrogen is burnt in oxygen - the only waste product is water !
Carbon dioxide and water
When hydrogen burns, water is formed.
when 2 molecules of hydrogen gas and one molecule of oxygen react with each other then they form water(H2O)
The produce water by direct combination when hydrogen is burnt in oxygen.
The combustion of hydrogen produces water: 2H2 + O2 = 2H2O
The bonds between the Hydrogen and Oxygen are strong and no more Oxygen can bond. (Combustion is rapid oxidation).If you separate the Hydrogen from the Oxygen (through pyrolysis for example) the mixture is explosive.A2. The hydrogen has already burnt to make water. It cannot be burnt again.
Hydrogen and Oxygen are the gases present in water in the ratio of 2:1 respectively with a covalent bond.The molecular formula is H2OWhen hydrogen is burnt in presence of oxygen, water is formed that can be written as;(Heat) H2 + O2 -------) H2O
Water 2H2+O2 --> 2H2O
Hydrogen can be burnt with oxygen and the formation of the chemical bonds between the atoms releases energy as heat. Free hydrogen is normally manufactured by electrolysis from water, and this requires energy to separate the hydrogen-oxygen bonds, and it is this energy that is released when the chemical bonds are re-formed by combustion.
heat and oxygen are produced when it is burnt. if my answer is wrong call me on 07734 940264
Magnesium can react with oxygen; the magnesium oxide (MgO) is formed.
Hydrogen is hydrogen, it can't be converted into co2 since it doesn't have carbon or oxygen.
when a gram of sulfur is burnt the mass product formed will be more than 1gram,zero,less than 1 gram or equal to 1 gram.
When ethanol is burned in oxygen, carbon dioxide and water are formed as the products.
Water does not burn because it is already burnt: it is oxidised hydrogen. However, if heated to plasma levels, the hydrogen can be separated from the oxygen and will "burn" when the oxygen is recombined with the hydrogen upon cooling.
Fuel : for example - kerosene (= jet fuel), alcohol, hydrogen.
water and carbon dioxinde, it reacts with the oxygen in the air when burnt
it is called a clean fuel because when hydrogen is burnt it released energy and the only product left is water. Water is clean and not a pollutant.
when we respire, glucose is burnt by oxygen...one by product is water. SO OXYGEN COMBUSTS WITH GLUCOSE TO PRODUCE WATER!
It is the burnt product after the oxygen and fuel are mixed and used to power the engine.
That depends on the 'fuel' that is burnt: wood, petrol, alcohol, hydrogen gas ALL have there own 'fire-sustaining' oxygen concentrations.
When Carbon is burnt the main product formed is Carbon dioxide(CO2), which is in gaseous state. It the combustion is done where oxygen supply is less, small amounts of impurity, Carbon monoxide(CO), is formed along with the main product. This is also a gas but it is colorless, flammable and highly toxic. This gas is very flammable and will burn with a blue flame to produce Carbon dioxide.
When hydrogen and Oxygen are burnt together in a isolated environment to increase efficiency's you can produce water
it burns and seperates actually it burns and oxygen burns it , methane is the gas that we mostly use in southern countries for cooking