The reaction is: 2 H2O2 -------------2 H2O + O2 The hydrogen peroxide is the reactant; water and oxygen are the products.
In an equation the reactants are the on the left of the arrow, and the products are on the right. For example if you had the following equation: 2H2 + O2 => 2H2O 2H and O will be the reactants and H2O is the product.
The burning of fossil fuels are a combustion reaction. The reaction for the combustion has the reactants of propane (C3H8) and oxygen (O2). The combustion reactions products are carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O).
This is considered to be a chemical reaction because it is not possible to rearrange water and oxygen to form hydrogen peroxide. This is science studied.
Carbon Dioxide + Water + Heat
Reactants: iron an oxygen Product: iron(III) oxide, Fe2O3
reactants: iron and oxygen products: rust (aka: iron (II) oxide or FeO)
the reactants are hydrogen and water, and the product is oxygen.
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The reactants are on the left side of the equation, and the products are on the right side of the equation. The reactants are used up in a chemical reaction, and the products are the substances made by the reaction.
None. Oxygen is one of the reactants, not one of the products.
The reactants are basically what you put in (not including catalysts which are not part of the reaction, only make it more efficient). The products are what is produced at the end of that reaction.
In a chemical equation, the elements/compounds listed on the left side, are the reactants. The right side contains the products of the reaction. eg, 2H2 + O2 = 2H2O. The Hydrogen combines with the Oxygen to from the product, Water.
Reactants: Hydrogen Peroxide and Peroxidase Products: Water and Oxygen :) Hope this helped you!
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the reactants are carbon dioxide and water and the products are glucose and oxygen