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Transcript of HYDROGEN
Hydrogen is produced when metals and acids make a reaction. Also can be taken out of Water, Natural Gas, and Biomass.
Hydrogen is a colorless odorless gas.
Hydrogen is the first element on the periodic table.
Materials needed to make
hydrogen at home
Unbend paperclips and connect one to each terminal of the battery.
Place the other ends, not touching, in the container of water.
You will get bubbles off both wires.
The one with more bubbles is giving off pure hydrogen the other bubbles are giving off impure oxygen. You can test which gas is hydrogen by lighting a match or lighter over the container. The hydrogen bubbles will burn; the oxygen bubbles will not burn.
Changing the world one molecule at a time
By; Matteo Page-Gonzalez, Whitney Temby-Sturtevant, and Kendall Micklich.
About the element
materials. you will need a container of water, one 9 volt battery, two paperclips
Hydrogen fuel is cheap and effective to use in cars
Adding 5% of hydrogen to gasoline lowers output of nitrogen oxides.
Using hydrogen in cars
How hydrogen is produced
Hydrogen is extremely flammable.
If hydrogen escapes from the storage tanks there is associated hazards.
Water striders use the surface tension of water made by hydrogen bonds to move around.
How to make hydrogen
The sun's energy comes from hydrogen.
Stars are made primarily of hydrogen.
The origin of the word hydrogen is late 18th century, coined in French from Greek hudro 'water' + gen. Meaning something that generates water.
Hydrogen cars will hopefully be mass produced by 2015.
The cost will be about $50,000 per car