When hydrogen burns, water is formed.
it is the hydrogen that burns to make gas hot
The sun burns hyrogen to make helium.
Hydrogen burns in air to make water
Yes, Hydrogen burns in the presence of Oxygen to form the compound H2O, better known as water.
When oxygen fuses with hydrogen it burns in the sun. Of course just think of the sun dummy. When oxygen fuses with hydrogen it burns in the sun. Of course just think of the sun dummy.
H2S- hydrogen sulfide.
a saturated compound contains more no of hydrogen atoms as compared to unsaturated compounds .so an saturated compound
When hydrogen burns, the product is water. 2H2 + O2 ==> 2H2O
Yes, SiH4, commonly known as silane, is a compound of silicon and hydrogen. It is a gas that burns on contact to air.
H2O A compound formed when hydrogen gas burns with oxygen.
Two ways that Hydrogen is used is by,using it as a compound to make gas for cars,and by using it as a compound to make water.H2O.
yes, hydrogen gas burns with a pop!
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.
When Hydrogen reacts (or burns) with Oxygen it forms a liquid compound called 'Hydrate,' which is more commonly known as water.
Ding, ding, ding! Within stars, hydrogen is fused together to make helium.
it is compound or salt
H2O = water.
No, hydrogen produces water (H2O) when it burns.
oxygen can be mixed with hydrogen and then your compound will be water.
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen ithink
Carbon and Hydrogen
When hydrogen burns in oxygen it forms water mean H2O.