The Water is the Product. The Hydrogen and Oxygen are the Reactants.
When hydrogen and oxygen combine to form water, water is a product of the reaction.
The reactant in chemistry is output of a chemical equation. for example if hydrogen with oxygen forms water then hydrogen and oxygen are the reactants and water is the product 2H + O2 -> 2H2O
Hydrogen and oxygen can combine to form different products. By far the most common product of hydrogen and oxygen is water, H2O. However, hydrogen and oxygen can also form hydrogen peroxide, H2O2
When they combine they form a product
When they combine they form a product
I think Hydrogen Peroxide is a reactant,because hydrogen and oxygen are reactants so hydrogen peroxide should be a reactant.
There are two oxygen atoms in the reactant for hydrogen peroxide. It depends on the reactant.
Hydrogen is an element that when bonded with oxygen, will produce water 'H20'. And therefore is not a product of photosynthesis. However as water is a reactant in photosynthesis, it can be considered that hydrogen is a necessary atom for photosynthesis to occur
Oxygen is a reactant (Carbon dioxideis a product of some combustions.)
When you combine one Oxygen and one Hydrogen you get Hydroxide. If you combine one Oxygen with two hydrogens you will end up with water.
The compound oxygen and hydrogen can combine explosively to form water.
hydrogen + oxygen = HO, hydroxide: hydrogen + oxygen + oxygen = H20, water
Oxygen acts as a reactant.
You can get water from hydrogen if you combine the hydrogen with oxygen atoms.
This question answers itself. The products of a reaction PRODUCING hydrogen and oxygen are, well, hydrogen and oxygen!If you are asking what hydrogen and oxygen are made FROM, than the REACTANT is water. If a voltage is applied to water, hydrogen and oxygen gas are made.If you are asking what the product of a reaction is when hydrogen and oxygen are the REACTANTS, then the answer is also water.See the Related Questions for more information to the left of this answer.
The left side of the chemical formula is the reactant and the right side is the product. For example Hydrogen + Oxygen -----------> Water
Oxygen can be either a product or a reactant, depending on the situation. As a reactant, it undergoes a chemical reaction with something else to make a product. And it could end up as a product of another chemical reaction. Let's look a bit more closely and see what that means by using examples. In the case of oxygen as a product, if we immerse a pair of electrodes in water (H2O) and apply a sufficient DC voltage, we'll see hydrogen gas (H2) appear at one electrode (the negative one), and oxygen gas (O2) appear at the other one (the positive one). Here's the equation: 2H2O + energy => 2H2 + O2 In the case of oxygen as a reactant, if we heat carbon monoxide (CO) in air, it will react with the oxygen (O2) in the air to form the product carbon dioxide (CO2). Here's the equation: 2CO + O2 => 2CO2 There are two simple reactions showing oxygen as product and as reactant. Certainly there are many other examples of oxygen as either product or reactant.
Two hydrogen atoms combine with one oxygen atom to form water.
No. Hydrogen combines with oxygen to make water.
A match won't light in hydrogen. It needs some oxygen.If you light a match in a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen, you'll ignite the hydrogen ...which also wants very much to burn in oxygen. The hydrogen will combine (burn) withthe oxygen instantly, brightly, and possibly loudly. The product that remains after thehydrogen finishes burning is H2O .
A reactant exists at the beginning of a chemical reaction whilst a product exists at the end. They are alike in the fact that to get to a product you need to have a ready supply of the reactants. An example of a simple reactant/product reaction is shown below. Magnesium + Oxygen --> Magnesium Oxide Reactant + Reactant --> Products Hope this helps
They combine by the elements combining. For example, to make H2O you have to combine hydrogen and oxygen.
hydrogen and oxygen alone are elements, but they can combine to form the compound h2o (water)