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Mr. Glane Chemistry Demo: Burning Hydrogen and Oxygen to make Water

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Just fill a glass bottle and find total volume. Divide by 3, and fill with that much water. Mark that spot as it will be 1/3, This will be the for the oxygen since it combines in a 1:2 ratio with hydrogen. The other 2/3 are of course for the hydrogen. Simply fill the whole container with water and invert in water. Let pure oxygen bubbles displace the water as they rise into the container until the gas fills up to the 1/3 line. Then switch to hydrogen gas to fill the remaining space. Plug the hole before removing, then light the gas with a flame source. Bang. This makes water and shows the meaning of the balanced equation of making water and the chemical formula of water.

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Papa Eriko . 2018-10-08
Homo Mixture. MISS ME WITH THAT GAY SHIT
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Fry Pan . 2018-10-02
What an fool using a glass bottle and even more of a fool for having kids around at the same time as using a glass bottle
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ipooinyourface andyourmoms . 2018-08-16
WAS THIS SPONSORED BY COKE? btw god created water. God was created by the black hole. Black hole was created by black matter. Black lives matter??? In life there are two things positive and negative +- black white light death we are all dying slowly
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Super Jess . 2018-08-10
The professor is wrong. He is claiming that H2O makes water. The two elements mixed together do not react. Not unless he adds a third equation, a third element. ๐Ÿ”ฅ Fire. If I had no idea how to make water, simply by fallowing the formula H2O, I will never get water. Therefore; H2O is an incomplete formula.
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falcon sky . 2018-07-03
Where was the water then?! moron
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new viewx . 2018-06-08
water can never be created by hydrogen and oxygen ...๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚. but if u do electrolysis then hydrogen and oxygen will come out .....keep on try.....but sadly u will never get water by hydrogen and oxygen .. stupid video
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T. Price . 2018-05-03
No safety glasses on any of the students? looks dangerous
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Neil Helgeson . 2018-03-14
But does this PROVE that the resulting chemical is WATER?
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A Boy . 2018-01-19
Well I searched alot I couldn't find any video about it I think they can't create water but I don't know why they wrote this fake titles ok it is Just H2 +O2 it is not something weird they are gonna explode together and that is not what I wanted to see !
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chio uruakpa . 2017-12-23
that teacher is hot
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Clayton Wieberg . 2017-11-29
Lol Iโ€™m learning this in 8th grade
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Gandalf the Wanderer . 2016-12-20
Here because of the martian... anyone else?
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Jack Glaser . 2016-08-28
Seems like a great intro to getting you into science, since I know I LOVED experiments in class more then slideshows and paperwork. But, for kids that are already interested in science they'd want to see the amount of gas you put in to how much water you get out of it. It's the problem with schools. Kids that educated themselves outside of school still have to trudge through the classes to earn the same diploma as others.
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OMGIDestroyedMatter . 2016-07-16
NASA Astronaut Mark Watney approves!
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Eddie Danowski . 2016-06-19
To answer where's the water questions.
Imagine we have 1 mole oxygen and 2 moles Hydrogen.
1 mole of any gas at STP (close to room conditions) is 22.4L. In this reaction, there are 3 moles of reactants, so we would have a theoretical container size of 67.2 L. H2O has a formula weight of 18.02 g/mole. (Also, consider 1g H2O=1mL H2O.)

With our 67.2L container, we would produce 2 moles of water, or 36.04g, which equals only 36.04mL. At this point, it becomes clear the mass, and therefore volume of water produced by the much smaller container in this video will produce a very, very small amount of water. The water most likely being in the form of a vapor.
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Aliyu Ahmed . 2016-06-06
wheres the water?
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Aliyu Ahmed . 2016-06-06
awwwn ethan wanna be helped by emily
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aparach . 2016-06-06
too much jackling before class, tsk tsk
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BootsWithFur . 2016-06-01
I watched all these videos and it never shows the water in the end ๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„
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Ronan King . 2016-05-29
Thanks, this really helped with my science exam study.
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Darko4323 . 2016-03-10
hey thats what happened in the martian!
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David Schmidt . 2016-02-27
horrible camera holding.
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overunitydotcom . 2016-02-23
Very unprofessional ! He could have killed or harmed himself and the classmates if the glasbottle would have exploded and all the sharp glassplitters would have flown around...gladly the flame did not burst the bottle... Never do this with glas containers... I only still live, beause I did this myself and was gladly standing behind a fumehood with a plexiglas wall, when the glas container exploded...
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LondonNight . 2016-02-05
where is the water?
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David Gabriel Taylor . 2016-01-28
i wish i could see more than hydrogen combustion. it's obvious how to make water but i was hoping to see it be made or at least see how much water that quantity could produce in the end.
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Mateckz . 2015-11-24
Not one drop of water created in this whole video.....I saw how an earthquake was created by some kid with parkinson's filiming this though.
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SyCo FrostByte . 2015-11-16
anyone here from watching the martian
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AHMED _ Think out of limit . 2015-11-13
I have read (that every one kilowatt / hour) will give
175 liters of oxygen +350 liters of hydrogen
Well ..... if we burn the 350 liters of hydrogen Inside gas turbines
Can we get (one kilowatt / hour)
Please answer me
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zooMZooMlikeATyphOOn . 2015-10-07
if the water is steam, then make a time lapse video where you seal the cap on the bottle and let the steam cool off into actual water. you'll get millions of views and you'll change the world.
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zooMZooMlikeATyphOOn . 2015-10-07
but where is the damn water?
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ร–mer Ufuk EfendioฤŸlu . 2015-07-11
where is the water?
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MonkeyKong . 2015-04-19
why would you do this with a glass bottle?
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Kahuna Cazares . 2015-04-18
Meh :\ just goes to show how unintelligent we really are ... Wow boom ((claps hand like idiot))
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Manuel Santo . 2015-02-24
Yes, it took intelligence to produce just a smidgen of water around the walls of the service or did he I couldn't see it on the video. ย 
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CheckAlakaDingDong . 2015-02-22
did he just fire a gun at the end?
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the chomp . 2015-02-22
ok well any water that is formed on the inside walls of the container can easily be explained by condensation of the normal air being sucked into the vacuum inside the bottle that was formed by the rapid expansion and dispersion of the 2 gases ignited. true water would be made by heat and pressure on hydrogen and oxygen thus explaining how the oceans formed.
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jabemer . 2015-01-23
so what happen to the water?
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Peleg Tsadok . 2014-07-31
Where is the water created in the process?
I don't see it.
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Emile Heskey . 2014-04-30
Before someone else asks "Where's the water?" due to the heat of the reaction the water is in a vapor form of state (steam). If you can contain the reaction and get the steam to quickly condensate, then you will see it as normal liquid water.
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djromeboy25 . 2014-03-03
my teacher did three of thoseย 
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radya a,k . 2014-03-02
Very pure water
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Paulie Morbol . 2013-12-25
Bro, Mr. Glane, your supposed to do 1/10 nitrogen and 9/10 oxygen, because pure water consists of 11% hydrogen and 89% oxygen by mass. Not 2/3rds.
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Ethan . 2013-11-09
Brad's a douche
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MitsKits . 2013-10-29
so, coka cola is this explosive shit? I hate coke..
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MitsKits . 2013-10-29
nice boobs :)
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zepman1989 . 2013-10-14
Why couldn't this be my chemistry professor??
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utubenagoya . 2013-10-05
Where is the water pls.
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LetumComplexo . 2013-08-23
It's not even that the heat evaporated the water. The water simply formed in the form of water vapor.
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Julia Lourdette Arias . 2013-08-04
thank you so much for this explanation :))
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johnnytheprick . 2013-06-09
lololololololo..........thankfully, we have youtube and wiki.
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