Oxygen+ 2 hydrogen= water
when hydrogen combines with an element it forms hydrides . the binary compound of hydrogen.
One of the most common examples is water which is composed of the element hydrogen and oxygen.
the original matter is hydrogen, which combines to form helium
Hydrogen combines with oxygen when burned, forming H2O (water).
When Hydrogen is burned in air it combines with Oxygen to form water. 2H2 + O2 -> 2H2O
Two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom combine to form one water molecule.
Hydrogen is the element, you are thinking of. == == == ==
Oxidation process causes rusting in Iron. Oxidation is the same process when Oxygen combines with Hydrogen to form Water and Carbon dioxide.
Hydrogen combines with oxygen to form water. The reaction is two molecules of hydrogen gas (H2) and one molecule of oxygen gas (O2) to form two molecules of water (H2O).
Yes, for example both Hydrogen and Oxygen are highly flammable gases and yet when combined they for the liquid compound water, which is used to extinguish fires.
Carbon dioxide contains carbon and oxygen. Water contains hydrogen and water. Therefore, to combine with oxygen to form CO2 and H2O, butane must contain carbon and hydrogen.
oxygen = H2O water, sulphur = hydrogen sulphide Only one element can form with hydrogen, and that is hydrogen itself.
No. Water is made of one oxygen atom, and two hydrogen atoms. (H2O)
Hydrogen is an element. Oxygen is an element. Hydrogen reacts with Oxygen to form a compound which is called water and has the formula H2O. Hydrogen and Oxygen can also form another compound called Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2)
hydrogen is but not oxygen
Hydrogen is a colorless gas that combines with oxygen when burned to form water.
No. Oxygen is a chemical element. Water is a chemical compound of hydrogen and oxygen.
yes it is a hydroxide for a word equasion it is sodium + water = sodium hydroxide + hydrogen
This element is sodium (Na).
This chemical element is carbon.
Water is a compound of hydrogen and oxygen.
It is a colorless , odorless, flammable gas that combines chemically with oxygen to form water: the lightest of the known elements....
Neon does not naturally combine with any other element, as it is inert, meaning it iscompletely non-reactive under natural conditions. It has, however been observed to form a polyatomic ion with other gases (meaning that it combines with an element such as helium, argon or hydrogen) under extreme temperatures and pressures in a laboratory.
Water is made up of two elements, hydrogen and oxygen. Water itself is not an element, no matter what form it is in (ice, liquid, gas).
Hydrogen combines with oxygen to form water. If you want more details, hydrogen is an element that tends to donate electrons, and oxygen inclines strongly toward acquiring more electrons, so hydrogen donates, oxygen takes, and both achieve a more stable electron configuration thereby.
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