Hydrogen is a fuel for combustion, but cannot support it in the manner than oxygen can.
yes,above 600C it supports combustion
It is Exothermic
Yes. Hydrogen is a highly flammable gas. Below is a link to a slow motion YouTube video showing a hydrogen filled balloon being ignited. It shows just how flammable hydrogen is. Don't try this at home unless you know what you are doing.......
Yes, hydrogen burns.
Yes there are. These gases are hydrogen,methane,ethane,propane,butane,pentane. Hope this helped! ;)
The bonds between the hydrogen and oxygen is too strong to be destroyed by combustion. Add: The chemical properties of water are different from the properties of hydrogen and water separately. Therefore, water does not support combustion as oxygen does, and water does not explode as hydrogen does.
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.
No. If anything, a combustion reaction will consume hydrogen.
No, you can't ignite Neptune. While much of Neptune's atmosphere is hydrogen, there is no oxygen there to support combustion.
- Oxygen support combustion; combustion is a reaction with oxygen, an oxydation.- Hydrogen is burned with oxygen.- Water can turn off some fires.
Like a gas combustion engine, a hydrogen engine relies on the combustion process - in this case, combustion that results when hydrogen is combined with oxygen. Fuel cells in a hydrogen-powered car then convert this mechanical energy into electrical energy.
It does not support combustion...