Meaning of hydrogen?
The name hydrogen comes from the Greek hydro (water) and genes (creator), making hydrogen literally mean water-maker. This name is appropriate since the combustion of hydrogen with oxygen creates the life sustaining substance we all love: H2O.
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Diatomic or Diatomic Molecule - meaning containing only two atoms.
Organic compounds are most compounds that contain carbon. There are some carbon compounds, such as carbon dioxide, that are inorganic. Thus, a more specific definition is that… an organic compound is a compound that contains carbon bonded to hydrogen, although the exact distinction may not always be this simple.
Hydrogen is a type of gas. Hydrogen is part of water, which is two parts hydrogyn and one part oxygen.
it is the number of mole in hydrogen per cubic decimeyer
Some oils have unsaturated double bonds in their carbon chain; thatis, these carbons aren't holding the maximum amount of hydrogenatoms they can. Hydrogenation is the process …of adding hydrogenatoms to these carbons so that they are at maximum capacity, or"saturation."
A number of natural fats contain double bonds. Adding hydrogen to those bonds changes them to single bonds. That raises the temperature at which the fat will burn during the c…ooking process. When nature hydrogenates fat, it always produces cis fat. It never produces trans fat. Trans fat does not appear in nature. It does appear in cattle fed in feed lots. Feed lots do not appear in nature. Companies can add hydrogen to fat and produce either cis or trans fat. The technology exists to produce either. It has been around for years.
This is the word equation for the electrolysis of water; splittingit apart into its component elements.
10 Volume H 2 O 2 means 10 Litre O 2 is released at STP.
You are misreading it, it is mm of Hg. This means millimeters of Mercury. It is a way of measuring atmospheric pressure. It can be converted to other units as well such as k…Pa (kilopascals)
Hydrogenated oil is made by forcing hydrogen gas into oil at high pressure. Both animal and vegetable fats can be and are hydrogenated. In general, the more solid the oil is, …the more hydrogenated it is. Two common examples of hydrogenated oil are Crisco and margarine
Nascent hydrogen is atomic hydrogen (H).
Low Hydrogen? It is a welding electrode that has controlled Hydrogen levels for use in SMAW i.e E7018. Not to be confused with a low hydrogen processes like GMAW and GTAW
It is an antisceptic solution sold in bottles. Used to kill germsin wounds.