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2010-09-16 05:09:10
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Hydrogen and oxygen are the reactants and water is the product.


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The amount of water formed from a reactionof hydrogen and oxygen conforms to the chemical equation: 2H2 + O2 --> 2H2O For every two moles of hydrogen which reacts with one mole of oxygen, 2 moles of water are formed.

In the water molecule hydrogen and oxygen are chemically bonded.

hydrogen & oxygen are made of one kind of atom while water is made of 2 kinds oxygen &hydrogen.

No. While water is a compound of hydrogen and oxygen, its properties are very different from those of hydrogen.

Water can be considered as an oxyde of hydrogen with the chemical formula H2O.

hydrogen + oxygen = HO, hydroxide: hydrogen + oxygen + oxygen = H20, water

This reaction can be considered as an oxydative reaction oh hydrogen.

hydrogen and oxygen are elements . but two or more elements combine to form a compound.

Water, H2O, is a molecule of hydrogen and oxygen. It is considered a compound. That said, yes, oxygen and hydrogen combine to make a compound that is represented by the molecule H2O.

Hydrogen as water is made of oxygen and hydrogen.

No. Water is a compound made of hydrogen and oxygen. While elemental Oxygen and Hydrogen are gases.

No. Since the hydrogen and oxygen in water are chemically bonded to one another in a fixed ration water is considered a pure substance.

Oxygen is important to water because oxygen is an element in water. Water is made of oxygen and hydrogen. Without oxygen, water would just be hydrogen, not water!

the compound water made up of hydrogen and oxygen. hydrogen and oxygen both are gas. but the compound water is liquid

Yes, water is comprised of Hydrogen and Oxygen, H2O

By reacting it with oxygen; both the hydrogen and the oxygen are converted into water.

No. Hydrogen combines with oxygen to make water.

You can get water from hydrogen if you combine the hydrogen with oxygen atoms.

No, A sugar molecule has hydrogen and oxygen in it, but it is by no means water. It has to be a separate compound to be considered water.

There are 2 particles of hydrogen and 1 particle of oxygen. Therefore, water is considered a compound.

No, water (H2O) and hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) are two separate chemicals. However, hydrogen peroxide is an unstable compound which will eventually become water and oxygen gas.

Water is H2O. 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom. Water is not formed when you mix hydrogen and oxygen. An explosive mixture of hydrogen and oxygen is formed. When you burn hydrogen in oxygen, the resulting compound is water. When you boil water the result is steam, or water vapor. Boiling does NOT separate the hydrogen and oxygen. An electrical current is needed to separate the hydrogen and oxygen. CAUTION: Do NOT put salt in the water to speed up the electrolysis of water. It changes the products. instead of hydrogen and oxygen, you get hydrogen, chlorine (gas), and sodium hydroxide. The last two are very poisonous.

Yes. Ice is solid water. Water is a compound of hydrogen and oxygen.

Electrolysis. The breakdown of water into oxygen and hydrogen gas.

Hydrogen and oxygen react with each other to create water.

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