Scientific Name For Water

Scientific Name For Water

What is the scientific name of water?

Well, hydrogen oxide is acidic water, so it really isn't. I have never heard of a scientific name for water other than H2O. No scientific name is required.

The scientific name of water

The scientific name of water

The correct answer is hydrogen hydroxide.

Because water is made from a mixture of acids and bases.

HCL (hydrochloric acid) and NoOH (sodium hydroxide). So that would be a chemical equation

HCl + NaOH = NaCl (salt) + H (water) or H2O

Your first mixture is a type of salt that you base on acid ... and your second disadvantage is water, which is based on hydroxyl groups. Hence the name Hydrogen Hydroxide.

Since water is a molecule, not a gas, it cannot be called dihydrogen monoxide.

Maybe it's hydrogen monoxide because as far as I know, there is no stable relationship (I could be wrong).

Of course he is the famous dehydrogen monoxide X (DHMO) that tries to make water look like some kind of industrial chemical wave ...

However, according to Wikipedia, IUPAC Waters is just water.

Yeah I just thought H2O or (and you don't need DI) hydrogen oxide

Water or hydrogen monoxide

Scientific Name For Water

Scientific Name For Water

Water (H2O, H)

It can be called hydrogen dioxide

Dihydrogen monoxide

Only hydrogen oxide!

Scientific Name For Water