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what does H2o satnd for? Answered

i want to know what H2O stand for exactly.

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

Best Answer 11 years ago

2 atoms of hydrogen and one of oxygen.

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neivadan
neivadan

Answer 11 years ago

well thats those two base molucules are what makes it up but keep tryin

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lemonie
lemonie

Answer 11 years ago

Steve' knows the answer, are you thinking that this is a moderately difficult question or in some way derranged / intoxicated?

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neivadan
neivadan

Answer 11 years ago

well simply subtance

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neivadan
neivadan

Answer 11 years ago

wow realy ti looks as ur a kid or somthin

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neivadan
neivadan

Answer 11 years ago

say are u a kid or an adult or a teen

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lemonie
lemonie

Answer 11 years ago

"I am an adult"

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Shadiee5
Shadiee5

4 years ago

how many atoms are in the air we breathe? And what are they called?

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neivadan
neivadan

Answer 11 years ago

sorry but am just askin the other tem for water

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lemonie
lemonie

Answer 11 years ago

That is another term for water

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Zaphod Beeblebrox
Zaphod Beeblebrox

Answer 11 years ago

actually i read a short article that said they almost banned "dyhydrogen monoxide" in one of the states because of it being a poison i forgot which state it was but anyway then a guy stood up and realized it was just water......

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lemonie
lemonie

Answer 11 years ago

Yeah, there a "political" point behind this.

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neivadan
neivadan

Answer 11 years ago

dont worry about evry one feels the say way one day another

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lemonie
lemonie

Answer 11 years ago

The objective of the DHMO site is to promote the myth that it's bad stuff through pseudo-science and statistics, in the same way people promote consumer products by saying "X% of women (surveyed, sample size =200) agreed that "product appears to do something". Anyone who takes the message seriously exposes themselves as not knowing what they're talking about and looks stupid. People who accept other pseudo-science and marketing statistics often don't look stupid, because there's a general lack of knowledge about the real world & science (think about who people vote for if you want a measure of world-stupidity...).
E.g. how many people know that this drinking 2L of water a day thing is baseless-crap hijacked by water-retaillers and quacks?

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neivadan
neivadan

Answer 11 years ago

i know is just waste of the info and water beacause there only about a two percetage of earths water ment by fresh water if we dont take action of the water wasters our planet is doomed like big time....

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lemonie
lemonie

Answer 11 years ago

Strictly speaking it is us who are doomed, the planet will still be there.

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Kiteman
Kiteman

Answer 11 years ago

Always check your facts, never fall for spin (especially hysterical spin), never rely on a single source for your "facts", and beware of statistics.

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Re-design
Re-design

Answer 11 years ago

That stuff can be poison.

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countable
countable

11 years ago

I fear you may have been able to google this before you asked the site.

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neivadan
neivadan

Answer 11 years ago

well no but i am just askin whats the other term for h2o

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Bigev
Bigev

11 years ago

I'm having an extremely hard time telling the snarky side  of me to shut up, so I'm gonna ask: "Is this for homework perhaps?"
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neivadan
neivadan

Answer 11 years ago

and ya whats the chiken costume no offence okay

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Bigev
Bigev

Answer 11 years ago

I find people remember more of what I say when I provide interesting visuals.
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neivadan
neivadan

Answer 11 years ago

ya tis ti my scince homework

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octopuscabbage
octopuscabbage

11 years ago

Dihydrogen monoxide.
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2 atoms of hydrongen and two atoms of oxygen bonded so that the electrons and hydrongen atoms form poles.
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water
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En espanole: aqua

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miiwii3
miiwii3

11 years ago

H2O
The "H" stands for hydrogen
The "2" means two atoms of the atom that preceds this number so in this case 2 hydrogen atoms
The "O" stands for Oxygen.

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seandogue
seandogue

11 years ago

Look it up at wikipedia.

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neivadan
neivadan

Answer 11 years ago

dont have one up here

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seandogue
seandogue

Answer 11 years ago

you mean http://www.wikipedia.org doesn't work where you are? Lol.

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lemonie
lemonie

11 years ago

How is it incorrect (you're asking the question)?

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neivadan
neivadan

Answer 11 years ago

ah man sorry i thought i was type up in my com.net jounernal man i hate when my computer goes haywire.

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Re-design
Re-design

Answer 11 years ago

Operator error!