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Continuously Water thermolysis

  1. Jun 24, 2009 #1
    Hello


    I read that water at about 2500C, decomposes in H2 and 1/2O2, also if two volums of H2 burn with one volume of O2 (think at 2500C they will do this) result water.

    For me is intersting what will happen if in a closed box which have permanent 2500C will be water? assumeing that box's walls are enoght stronger to resist hight pressure.

    Will be there continuously explosions?

    Sorry if this questions is stupid for this forum, whatever it got atention.

    Thanks.
     
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