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    Hydrogen Hydrogen is a tasteless, odorless, colorless gas. Hydrogen is found in group 1 and period 1 on the periodic table. Hydrogen is classified as a nonmetal on the periodic table. The symbol for hydrogen is represented by an H, its atomic number is 1, and its atomic weight is 1.0079. The hydrogen atom consists of one proton, which has a positive charge, and one electron, which has a negative charge. The term hydrogen comes from two Greek words meaning water-former. Henry Cavendish, an English

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    chemical elements, hydrogen and oxygen. Each molecule of water consists of two hydrogen (H2) atoms and one oxygen (O) atom. Chemical binding between these three atoms is very stable and strong. Therefore, the reaction of hydrogen and oxygen is under normal circumstances very intense and generates a lot of energy. 2H2 + O2 ® 2H2O + energy Both, hydrogen and oxygen are gases at normal temperatures and pressures and the product of this reaction is pure

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    Hydrogen Bonding

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    A hydrogen bond is the electromagnetic attractive interaction between polar molecules in which hydrogen (H) is bound to a highly electronegative atom, such as nitrogen (N), oxygen (O) or fluorine (F). The name hydrogen bond is something of a misnomer, as it is not a true bond but a particularly strong dipole-dipole attraction, and should not be confused with a covalent bond. These hydrogen-bond attractions can occur between molecules (intermolecular) or within different parts of a single molecule

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    made up of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. Water can appear in forms like gasses (steam/water vapor from a kettle), liquids (drinking water or mineral water), and a solid form (ice is the only example of solidified water). The human body has more than a half of total water content. Water has specialised properties as the hydrogen (2 atoms) and oxygen (1 atom) connect to each other to make a water molecule. The hydrogen atoms join the top of the water molecule when the hydrogen atoms connect

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    Hydrogen Cars

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    Hydrogen Automobiles The effect of pollution that is emitted from vehicles is a serious concern in today 's society. The cause of this pollution is the toxic emissions from current vehicles. This toxic emissions or pollution destroys the Earth 's ozone layer or atmospheric gases Acknowledging these facts, many are very concerned with the condition of the Earth 's atmospheric gases in the future. In just a very short time, scientists produced a new vehicle which only emits water out of its exhaust

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    Hydrogen Gas Lab

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    Hydrogen Gas Produced from Metals and Acids Abstract Experiments 2-1 and 2-2 study the production of hydrogen gas by different chemical reactions. By using a hydrogen gas collection apparatus and the principles of chemistry, we were able to evaluate the data and reach our goal. Experiment 2-1 uses zinc, magnesium and aluminum and how much hydrogen gas they produce to predict the volume of hydrogen gas produced for different masses of each metal. In this experiment we see that each metal has an increasing

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    Oxides of Hydrogen Introduction: Hydrogen atoms can react with oxygen atoms forming different compounds. There are mainly two types, one is water and the other is hydrogen peroxide. Structure: A water molecule is made up of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom joining together by covalent bonds. The shape of it is bent and its bond angle is of 105°. The structure is shown below. [IMAGE] A hydrogen peroxide molecule consists of two hydrogen atoms

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    how they will effect the areas, and chemicals of the skin composition. 2. Describe the three different types of bonds, providing examples of molecules formed through each type of bond. (3 points) Covalent bond, methane. Ionic bond, table salt. Hydrogen bond, water. 3. What is the difference between a monosaccharide, disaccharide, and a polysaccharide? (3 points) A monosaccharide is a carbohydrate that doesn’t hydrolize. A disaccharide is a group of that yield monosaccharides on hydrolosis

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    When most people think of Hydrogen they think of the Hindenburg. The Hindenburg was initially supposed to be lifted by Helium. However, because Helium was so rare and expensive at the time, Hydrogen was used instead. Hydrogen was very cheap, it could be manufactured in industrious amounts and it is lighter than Helium; Hydrogen is also the most substance to date where Helium is not flammable at all. When the Hindenburg was launched it only took it about 32 seconds for the entire ship to fall and

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    Dennis Gibson Kenet Adamson ENG-111 6 March 2015 Hydrogen over Combustion Cars are an integral part of life today in the modern world. In America, as an example, society has become very reliant on automobiles. In the past, towns and cities where small microcosms, overall. Today, however, towns and cities have grown larger, and farther apart. Roads flow across what used to be countryside, through mountains, and over rivers. This links the people together and allows for the transaction of goods

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