If water is heaten up to ridicilously high temperatures, is it possible for the atoms in the molecules to lose their bonds?
And if it is possible, isn't this some kind of chain-reaction?
Like you heat up water --> steam, keep heating it, then wamm you get 1 oxygen and 2 hydrogen atoms, and at that temperature they most likely will self combust creating more heat to make more steam turn into oxygen & hydrogen etc.
Extra question: If you got 1 mole oxygen and 2 mole hydrogen in a container, will it turn into 1 mole water? Or does the pressure matter? Or does the temperature matter?