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Why Do Hydrogen and Oxygen Explode at High Temperatures

Elevated temperatures bring hydrogen to its ignition threshold, leading to its combustion: 2H2 + O2 + an ignition source = 2H2O.

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Combustible gases explode upon achieving specific concentrations in air or oxygen, a range defined as the explosive limit. For hydrogen, this limit spans from 4% to 74.2% in terms of volume ratio.



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