Why hydrogen gas plus oxygen gas equals liquid water?
It just does, the same way 2+2=4.
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the compound water made up of hydrogen and oxygen. hydrogen and oxygen both are gas. but the compound water is liquid
A liquid made of hydrogen and oxygen is dihydrogen oxide, also known as water.
they are fluids water is a liquid and it has hydrogen and oxygen hydrogen is combustible and oxygen helps in burning but water is used to put out the fire
No, liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen would be rather explosive and in fact has been used for rocket fuel. Alternate answer: No, while water is comprised of Hydrogen and Oxygen, the two usually combine when in a gaseous form.
If you combine hydrogen with oxygen, you can get a liquid called water, which can also be written as H20. This means that for every 2 hydrogen atoms, there is 1 oxygen atom.
hydrogen & oxygen
Well 2 atoms of hydrogen and 1 atom of oxygen equals water. Equal parts H and O equals hydrogen peroxide.
Hydrogen and oxygen are both gases at room temperature, while water is a liquid at room temperature.
If one chemically reacts oxygen gas and hydrogen gas, any liquid produced is water.
This liquid is water with the chemical formula H2O.
hydrogen sulfide + oxygen = water + sulfuer dioxide
The inter molecular hydrogen bonding between oxygen and hydrogen of different water molecules results in the liquid state of water
The molecules of water are held together by hydrogen bonding between molecules. These are electrostatic bonds (attraction forces between opposite charges) that hydrogen makes with the oxygen of neighbouring molecules. Hydrogen, when bonded to oxygen to form water molecules, is slightly positive and the oxygen in the water molecule is slightly negative. Hydrogen gets attracted to the neighbouring slightly negative oxygen atoms. This is great for life on Earth because small molecules the size of… Read More
Why when you explode a balloon full of hydrogen with a balloon full of oxygen do small droplets of liquid form?
because the hydrogen and oxygen react together creating water(the small droplets of liquid)
2 Hydrogen atoms and an Oxygen atom bond covalently to form a water molecule.
liquid hydrogen and LOX (liquid oxygen) is normally use for liquid rocket propellents, so the making to use the materials is bad for the environment, since you need to build the gas tank and such. But the use of the liquid hydrogen and LOX merely produces water vapour which is no harm.
Water is made up of Hydrogen and Oxygen. here are osme differences between Water and its elements (Hydrogen & Oxygen): Water is a liquid at room temperature. Both, Hydrogen and Oxygen are gases at room temperature. Hydrogen is highly combustible and flammable, and oxygen greatly supports combustion. Water, on the other hand is neither. It is used to put out fires.
water(H2O) hope it helped! actually it takes 2 hydrogen and 1 oxygen atom to make water, which is H20 you use subscript.
Water (H2O) contains two atoms of Hydrogen and one atom of Oxygen in each molecule.
Two answers Hydrogen and Oxygen i.e. water is 2 Hydrogen atoms bonded to 1 Oxygen atom. Steam is water in a gaseous form which when condensed returns to liquid water.
Water is a compound and Hydrogen and Oxygen are elements. Elements are substances whose atoms all contain exactly the same number of protons. Water has a melting point over a hundred degrees above the boiling point of either Hydrogen or Oxygen. This is why water is mostly in its liquid form on earth's surface and Hydrogen and Oxygen are always found as gasses. Water is also one of the very few substances whose solid is… Read More
hydrogen peroxide is H2O2 break down occurs 2H2O2 - 2H2O + O2
When you run an electrical current through liquid water the water molecules are split apart to form oxygen and hydrogen gas?
Yes, you can turn water into oxygen and hydrogen gas with electricity; this process is called electrolysis.
Because when hydrogen is burnt in oxygen - the only waste product is water !
When Hydrogen reacts (or burns) with Oxygen it forms a liquid compound called 'Hydrate,' which is more commonly known as water.
Water is a liquid at room temperature. Its elements are Hydrogen and oxygen which are gasses
A hydrogen bond forms between the hydrogen(s) of one water molecule, and the oxygen molecule of another water molecule.
Firstly, there are two hydrogen molecules and one oxygen molecule that make up water. These hydrogen molecules are bound by hydrogen bonds to the oxygen molecule. Hence the meaning of H20. 2 hydrogens and 1 oxygen. The hydrogen molecules that are bound to the oxygen molecule are broken at high temperatures therefore water (in liquid condition) is turned into water vapor (gas condition).
no, it is chemical.
As you may already know, water is a compound of two elements, hydrogen and oxygen. At normal room temperature, water is a liquid. Hydrogen and oxygen are both gas at room temerature.
Oxygen is normally a gas, however at very low temperatures (below -222oc) it changes to liquid form. Oxygen is a component part of water, one oxygen atom bonds with two hydrogen atoms to make a molecule of water.
Water cannot be separated into hydrogen and oxygen by boiling. Boiling is a physical change which means the molecule doesn't change at all--liquid water and water vapor are both H2O. Water can be separated into hydrogen and oxygen using electricity, this would be a chemical change.
An exothermic chemical reaction.
No. It's very different. For a start, both hydrogen and oxygen are gases under ordinary conditions but water is a fairly dense liquid. Hydrogen burns explosively. Things burn vigorously in oxygen. Water can be used to extinguish many types of fires. And so it goes.
Hydrogen gas and oxygen gas are gases at room temperature. Oxygen supports combustion and hydrogen is very combustible. Water is a liquid at room temperature and is not combustible and does not support combustion.
Write a complete balanced equation for liquid hydrogen peroxide decomposes to liquid water and oxygen gas?
2H2O2 -> 2H2O + O2
water, plants need hydrogen and oxygen to use photosynthesis.
It is a Compound
If water is being split into hydrogen and oxygen then a change of state (phase change) will occur if the water is in liquid form and the hydrogen and oxygen are evolved as gases. If water vapor is being split, then obviously no change of state occurs. Conversely, solid water in the form of ice could be split into hydrogen and oxygen gas, also undergoing a phase change.
hydrogen + oxygen = HO, hydroxide: hydrogen + oxygen + oxygen = H20, water
The chemical reaction between hydrogen and oxygen produces water.
Water is liquid at room temperature, but it is not an element. Water is a combination of two elements, Hydrogen and Oxygen, with the formula H2O. Water is not an element. Mercury (Hg) is an element which is liquid at room temperature.
No, liquid is a state of matter, not a recipe with water included. So, for example, liquid steel does not contain water. While it might include hydrogen and oxygen atoms, it doesn't actually include water.
Hydrogen (gas) + Oxygen (gas) = Water (liquid) 2H2(g) + O2(g) = 2H2O(l)
Chemical formula for water is H2O. Elements making this compound are hydrogen and oxygen. Water is a colourless odorless liquid.
Apart from the obvious, that water is made of hydrogen and oxygen, not much. That is the mystery and beauty of the way things work chemically. Water is a liquid and is essential to life as we know it. The need for water is independent of our need for hydrogen and oxygen. If you need water and all you have is hydrogen and oxygen with no way of turning them into water, you are up… Read More
Water will subside fire because the oxygen in it is bonded to hydrogen and cannot burn. However, you should not put water on a gas fire or other burning liquid because it will only spread the liquid and the fire.
Hydrogen can be produced by: - Compressing air to the point where it becomes a liquid. Then the process of fractional distillation is used on this liquid air. - Hydrogen can be obtained by the steam reforming of methane. - Reacting some metals with water yields a base and hydrogen gas. <><><> Hydrogen can also be produced by eletrolysis of water, splitting it into oxygen and hydrogen.
think of H2Q water ? hydrogen and oxygen
We get hydrogen peroxide, with chemical formula H2O2. Each molecule consists of two hydrogen and two oxygen atoms. Hydrogen peroxide is a colourless liquid at room temperature and decomposes at high temperatures to water and oxygen gas.