air. (âr) n. A colorless, odorless, tasteless, gaseous mixture, approximately 78 percent nitrogen and approximately 21 percent oxygen with lesser amounts of argon, carbon dioxide, hydrogen, neon, helium, and other gases.
Also question is, what is the scientific name for water?
What is the proper name for water?
Chemical Name of water is Dihydrogen oxide. It came as ions in water are H and OH, so H is Hydrogen and OH is Hydroxide. So addingg names, you'll get Dihydrogen Monoxide but since it is a hoax, though technically correct, it is not used commenly. Other names are Hydrogen Oxide and Oxidane.
What is h20 known as?
Hydrogen dioxide (or more accurately dihydrogen dioxide) is H2O2, more commonly called hydrogen peroxide. H2O could be accurately called dihydrogen oxide or dihydrogen monoxide. H2O is Dihydrogen monooxide (AKA Dihydrogen oxide). The "Di" means there are 2 atoms of hydrogen.