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    Hydrogen is flammable, oxygen is needed to feed fire, why then does water not burn?

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    It is already burnt, the hydrogen has burnt in the oxygen to make water. The molecule H2O means that the hydrogen and oxygen have combined - it's very different from a mixture of oxygen and hydrogen.



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