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Hydrogen


Hydrogen is a colorless, odourless and highly flammable gas. It is the chemical element with the atomic number 1.

  • Hydrogen is the lightest of the chemical elements and has the simplest atomic structure, a single electron orbiting a nucleus consisting of a single proton.
  • Hydrogen is by far the commonest element in the universe, although not on the earth, where it occurs chiefly combined with oxygen as water.

Skin Care and Dermatological Glossary : Molecular/Cellular Biology: Skin Functioning at the most Essential Level :

Anion : Apoptosis : Atom : Atomic Mass : Atomic Mass Units : Atomic Number : Cation : Cytokine : Cytoplasm : Electron : Hydrogen : Ion : Isotope : Leukocyte : Mitochondrion : Molecular Weight : Neutron : Nucleus : Organelle : Periodic Table of (the) Elements : Phagocyte : Prokaryote/Prokaryotic : Proton : Protoplasm : Subatomic :

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Skin Care and Dermatological Glossary : Molecular/Cellular Biology: Skin Functioning at the most Essential Level :

Anion : Apoptosis : Atom : Atomic Mass : Atomic Mass Units : Atomic Number : Cation : Cytokine : Cytoplasm : Electron : Hydrogen : Ion : Isotope : Leukocyte : Mitochondrion : Molecular Weight : Neutron : Nucleus : Organelle : Periodic Table of (the) Elements : Phagocyte : Prokaryote/Prokaryotic : Proton : Protoplasm : Subatomic :


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