The mass of the product would be equal to the mass of the carbon plus the mass of the oxygen. The result would be CO2.
Carbon Hydrogen Oxygen
Carbon dioxide is the product of a combustion reaction.
carbon reacts with oxygen to give carbon dioxide gas
A compound is formed. For example, carbon + oxygen -> carbon dioxide.
No. Water is composed of hydrogen and oxygen, and carbon dioxide is carbon and oxygen. Neither contains calcium.
Almost any element can be in a molecule. Carbon and hydrogen can chemically combine to form hundreds, if not thousands, of different hydrocarbons like methane, propane, and butane. Hydrogen and oxygen can combine to form water and hydrogen peroxide. Carbon and oxygen can combine to form carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide.
None. If carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen happen to chemically combine, they form an organic compound. 'Compound', not element. (These 3 substances are each an element).
Helium doesn't combine with oxygen. Helium is chemically inert because it has completely filled valence orbitals.
Carbon and oxygen can combine to form carbon dioxide. This will occur with one atom of carbon and two atoms of oxygen.
Calcium, Oxygen and Carbon
Carbon and oxygen combine easier!
A compound is formed. For example, Hydrogen and Oxygen chemically combine to form Water "H2O"
Carbon, calcium and oxygen combine to form oxygen.
Energy is given off since it can't be destroyed.
Oxygen gas is composed of two oxygen atoms chemically linked together. Carbon dioxide is composed of one carbon atom and two oxygen atoms chemically linked together. The carbon is oxydized to a 4+ state.
Hydrogen and Oxygen.
Yes. Oxygen and Carbon.
It is sort of tricky question. One molecule of carbon can combine with only one molecule of oxygen. It can not combine with two molecules of oxygen. Incidentally one molecule of carbon is composed of one atom of carbon. One molecule of oxygen is composed of two atoms of oxygen.
Carbon is combined with oxygen forming carbon dioxide.