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It's always fun to suck in helium, but after a few balloons, you will feel dizzy and nautiated. It is recommended not to use helium, so yes it can harm you.
Hydrogen is the fuel used by the sun, helium is the waste produced by hydrogen use in the fusion process
the process is called "nuclear fission ". that means the combining of two hydrogen atoms into one , that is helium . it generates huge amount of energy . it has not yet been done sucessfuly by humans , because it is unstable .however we have controlled nuclear fission . that is just the reverse of it
Hydrogen and helium, the most common elements in the Universe.Hydrogen and helium, the most common elements in the Universe.Hydrogen and helium, the most common elements in the Universe.Hydrogen and helium, the most common elements in the Universe.
mostly hydrogen and helium
Helium can change the tone of a humans voice in an helium-rich atmosphere.
helium is not found in humans
Helium-3 is used in experiments for nuclear fusion, neutron detection, cryogeny installations and RMN for medical use.
they can breathe it in
humas use helium to inflate balloons for a party cardon dioxide is a gas humans beathe out
An environment of helium could be fatal if it excluded oxygen to the degree that humans would be suffocated. Those squeaky voices in cartoons are often created by people breathing helium before speaking. However, they don't breathe helium for extended periods.
NO, it is found in abundance in the air.
You can use air but it won't float so I would recommend helium. If you suck in helium, it will make your voice sound weird.... Try it!!
We cannot. Stars can change hydrogen into helium and then helium into oxygen via nuclear fusion, be humans cannot generate and contain the forces necessary to fuse these elements.