When oxygen is added to an element through a chemical reaction, this is called oxidation. A common oxidation is the formation of rust.
An element has only one component. The only element you can remove oxygen from is oxygen. Doing so would leave you nothing
Element b/c Molecules that contain only atoms of the same type of element are only elements. They are not compounds or mixtures because no other elements are present.
The only element in that list is oxygen. The others are all compounds. When you look at the formulas: H20, CO2, C6H12O6 it becomes obvious that there is more than one type of atom, whereas O2 has only one type of atom.
Rusting is a reaction which combines molecules to form other molecules: metal + oxygen -> rust. The definition of a chemical reaction is molecules turning into other molecules, so rusting is a chemical reaction.
4Na+O2=2Na2O? That must be the equation... Im not sure what you're asking... But, in a combustion reaction, something reacts with oxygen gas (O2). In this equation sodium is reacting with oxygen... So, yes, this is a combustion reaction.
Chemical potential energy. Fire is a chemical reaction caused by heat Fuel and oxygen (usually) The fuel is combusted exothermically (ie giving off heat) with oxygen which is a chemical reaction. This causes surrounding fuel to heat up a react exothermically with the oxygen, propagating the fire.
the reaction type will (reduction) taken away oxygen from the reaction
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Well, this is a fun type question. The answer to this funny question is Iron (Ir of iridium, O for oxygen and N for nitrogen).But in principle, there is no chemical reaction and the element iron is not formed when iridium is treated with oxygen and nitrogen
Every combustion reaction we deal with produces gas with oxygen in the product, so O2 (oxygen gas) must be a reactant. For example, methane reacts with Oxygen in this way: CH4(l) + O2(g) -> C02(g)+2H2(g) Note O2 in gaseous form as a reactant.
This is a Composition Reaction (also known as Formation Reaction).... element + element ------> compound
A gas at STP.
Oxygen is an element. At room temperature, molecular oxygen (O2) is a gas.
i believe its carbon
part of the oxygen group....gas, nonmetal...
Because they are all the same type of atoms. Oxygen is an element. If you have 10 oxygen atoms, they will all behave like oxygen, since they are the same element.
An oxidation reaction (reaction with oxygen) in the presence of water.