Hydrogen

element group: 1 period:1

HYDROGEN

atomic mass: 1.00794 amu

atomic symbol: H

atomic number: 1

Protons, nuetrons, & electrons

protons: 1

electrons: 1

nuetrons: 0

discovery

When: found in 1671 but in 1766 it was considered an element

Who: Robert Boyle, Henry Cavendish

currently found: hydrogen is all around us, mainly in compounds. you can find it in water ( H2O ) or even the sun. scientists believe hydrogen is the future fuel.

Uses For Hydrogen

-Water ( H2O )

- clean fuel ( enviormently friendly )

-hydrogen peroxide ( great for cleaing )

- power generators

-used in food industry ( hydrogenating fats and oils )

- explosives ( hydrogen is extremely explosive )




physical discription

- its a non metal

-colorless

-oderless

-no texture

-state of matter: gas

-density: 0.082 g/L

-boiling point: -252.87c

-melting point: -259.14c

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