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Hydrogen

Hi this is my hydrogen science project, and just incase ur wondering I chose this backround because the beach has water and hydrogen has to do with water, and that the backround looks so pretty
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Transcript of Hydrogen

Hydrogen
What is Hydrogen made up of?

1...Protium (Normal) hydrogen has 1 proton and 1 electron only.
2...Deuterium (Heavy) hydrogen has 1 proton, 1 neutron and 1 electron.
3...Tritium (Heavy) hydrogen has 1 proton, 2 neutrons and 1 electron.
How Is Hydrogen Related To Cells?
Q & A
What is Hydrogen ?
Hydrogen is related to cells, because without hydrogen their won't be water. Water carries the nutrients and dissolves other substances. Water helps carry the waste product from the cells. Water helps keep the cell temperature from changing rapidly. Water is use to transport food and water. Cells need water. For an example, blood cells. Need water to flow around the body.
a. Hydrogen is the first element in the periodic table
b. Hydrogen is the last element in the periodic table
c. Hydrogen is the fith element in the periodic table
How Might Hydrogen Impact The Generations That follow us?
Hydrogen can impact the generations follows us because they are making cars that runs on hydrogen. People think that in 20 to 30 years everybody will start using it. Some of the hydrogen cars are BMW 745h, Chevrolet Equinox and Honda FCX. How they do this is that the engine of the car is replace by a type of fuel cell stack. A feul cells is a electrochemical energy device that create heat and electricity.To do this it uses hydrogen as a fuel to unite with the oxygen in the air, alter it into water while producing the heat and electricity. In the future there will be many people that predicted that their be a little bit of fresh water that we can actually use because there is only 2.8 percent of earth is fresh water and the rest is salt water. I think that if people keep polluting the water there won't be any left.
Q & A
Prezi Made By: Husna Shafiq
Information Put Together By: Rahma Ali Mohamed
Information Put Together By: Rahma Ali Mohamed
What Is Hydrogen?
Hydrogen is the first element in the periodic table. It's atomic number is 1. Hydrogen is the lightest element with the weight of 1.00794u. Hydrogen was discovered by Henry Cavendish in 1766. The chemical symbol for Hydrogen is H. Hydrogen has 1 proton, 1 electron and no neutron. The melting point for hydrogen is -259.1 °C.
How Much Does Hydrogen Weight?
a.1.00794u
b. 1.00784u
c. 1.00791u
Q & A
What Is The Melting Point For Hydrogen?
a. -249.2
°C
b. -259.1
°C
c. -256.7
°C
Definition Of:
Protium: The common, stable isotope of hydrogen,
as distinct from deuterium and tritium.
Deuterium: A stable isotope of hydrogen with a mass approximately twice that of the usual isotope.
Tritium: A radioactive isotope of hydrogen with a mass approximately three times that of the common protium isotope.
Thank You, Hope You Enjoyed Our Presentation!!!
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