# Is Oxyhydrogen a spontaneous reaction at very high temperatures?

by ineedaquickie
Tags: oxyhydrogen, reaction, spontaneous, temperatures
 P: 3 Hi, this may seem like a noob question for you geeks out there, but I cant wrap my head around this. The formula for a spontaneous reaction is $\Delta$H-T$\Delta$S < 0 Basically, since the reaction between hydrogen and oxygen gas has a negative change in enthalpy it must mean that if the temperature in Kelvin is big enough then the reaction between oxygen and hydrogen gas will not be spontaneous. Because the negative T multiplied with the negative change in entrophy will be more positive than the enthalpy change and it wont be a spontaneous process? right?