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Definition of: hydrogen

(hidrə·jən) noun
The lightest of the elements (symbol H) occurring chiefly in combination with oxygen as water, and in hydrocarbons and other organic compounds. When isolated it is usually a colorless, odorless, tasteless, inflammable gas, lighter than air and liquefying under great pressure and low temperature.
—heavy hydrogen
[<F hydrogène <Gk. hydōr water + gen-, stem of gignesthai be born; so called with ref. to the water formed by its combustion]
(hī·drojə·nəs) adjective

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hydrogen atoms
hydrogen atom
hydrogen gas
hydrogen bonds
hydrogen bonding
liquid hydrogen
hydrogen bond
hydrogen chloride
hydrogen fluoride
hydrogen fuel cell
hydrogen production
hydrogen fuel
hydrogen economy
hydrogen storage
molecular hydrogen

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"hydrogen" has the frequency of use of 0.0013% on en.wikipedia.org.

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