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Give Difference between atomic and molecular hydrogen?


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April 27, 2010 7:06PM

atomic Hydrogen is just that: 1 atom of hydrogen (H+). molecular Hydrogen is a molecule, much more stable than atomic Hydrogen (H2). molecular H2 is more abundant than H+ in nature, due to H2 being more stable.