Oxygen and hydrogen are chemical elements.
Hydrogen and oxygen are the reactants and water is the product.
hydrogen-1g nitrogen-14g oxygen-16g
60% of carbon, 4.5% of hydrogen and 35.5% of oxygen
The hydrogen peroxide is both oxidized and reduced, to produce water and elemental oxygen.
hydrogen + oxygen is hydro oxidie now oxidized hydrogen and oxygen leave a miss content not it will blow up in ur face if u do this so instead you need to - hyrdo and oxidize it before it becomes hyrdo oxide with a miss lead of oxidized chemical
Oxidized is WITH oxygen.
During cell respiration oxygen is consumed to form carbon dioxide as hydrocarbon compounds are oxidized by metabolic systems.
The simple answer is because it is already burned up. The hydrogen and oxygen in water does not burn nor explode for the same reasons that "ashes" which are made of fuel and oxygen does not burn, it is already all burned up. ( or completely oxidized)
Yes. Hydrogen is Oxidized: H2 --> 2H+ Oxygen is Reduced O2 --> 2O-
5g of oxygen are required to completely react with 10g of hydrogen resulting in water with no net losses. Or exactly 2:1 = H20 (2 hydrogen < > 1 oxygen)
Glucose is oxidized and oxygen is reduced.