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Synonyms for hydrogen

a nonmetallic univalent element that is normally a colorless and odorless highly flammable diatomic gas

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The two hydrogen atoms have to make a hydrogen molecule if they meet with the correct conditions.
They pointed out that their new model of Hydrogen molecule is a restricted three-body system that, as such, is expected to admit an exact solution; they suggested to carry out independent studies for its identification due to its relevance, e.
Once the two-atom hydrogen molecule entered the hole, the researchers sewed up the buckyball using a series of chemical reactions.
The ghoulish green and red clouds are from glowing hydrogen molecules.
Unfortunately, most hydrogen molecules in space are too cold to give off any visible light.
Instead, water and hydrogen molecules lie in traces in the rock and dust on moon's surface and move towards the poles
35m robotic arm that can dig as deep as one metre to find ice and heat up samples to detect carbon and hydrogen molecules, essential elements of life.
The peculiarly shaped hydrogen molecules in trans-fats are able to pass into human cells, where they cause degeneration leading to heart disease and cardial infarction.
According to Chemical and Engineering News magazine, chemistry researchers Professor Douglas Stephan and Gregory Welch have synthesized a phosphonium borate compound that is able to produce hydrogen molecules when heated.
It is equipped to receive radio waves emitted by hydrogen molecules in the early universe.
During the moderation process, neutrons in a thermal energy range experience more than one collision with hydrogen molecules in the moderator and with particles in the Be-reflector that surrounds the moderator.
Hydrides can absorb hydrogen molecules into their structure and release them to power a fuel cell without the need for bulky and inefficient gas or liquid storage.
When plastic (a long chain hydrocarbon) is added, however, hydrogen molecules from the plastic combine with oxygen to produce water ([H.
Other than separating hydrogen molecules from compounds like water, one of the biggest obstacles to using hydrogen as a Fuel is storage.
The researchers suggest that, when hydrogen enters a titania nanotube array, "the hydrogen molecules get dissociated at the surface, diffuse into the lattice, and act as electron donors.