Science and Technology : Who Can Make Water?

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Kemetstry

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After stripping off an oxygen atom how'd ya get the H2 to combine with the leftover O?

This seems to be the way water is formed in the universe:


It is formed naturally. But H2 naturally exists as an element. Though it is highly reactive. Thus, you can react H2 + O2 -> 2H2O




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