Symbol: H

Atomic number: 1

Average atomic mass: 1.007


Hydrogen is colorless, oderless, nonmetallic, and tasteless. It is a highly flammable diatomic gas. Elemental hyroden is relativiley rare on the Earth and is mostly used captively.
Hydrogen has a single proton and no neutrons and
can take on a positive or negative charge. It is in most organic compounds


Industrially produced from hydrocarbons such as methane. Hydrogen can be produced from water using the process ot electrolysis.
most common naturally occuring isotype of hydrogen, is known as protium.


Henry Cavendish was the first to recognize hydrogen gas as a descrete substance.

Hydrogen is the most abundant of the chemical elements
Roughly 75% of the unverse's elemental mass is composed of hydrogen.


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