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Answered 2018-01-15 13:43:20

Hydrogen, followed by helium.

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The two most common elements in the Universe, and in most stars are - in that order - hydrogen and helium (elements #1 and #2).


The most important elements in stars are hydrogen and helium; other elements are present in very low concentrations.


Hydrogen is the most common element in all stars in fact it is the most common element in the universe. Hydrogen converts to helium then to other elements, more and more down the periodic table. Everything in the universe starts as hydrogen .


Same as Earth, but in different proportions. Hydrogen is usually the most common element in stars, followed by helium, and smaller amounts of the heavier elements.


#1 . . . Hydrogen #2 . . . Helium


The most common element in the Universe - and in most stars - is hydrogen. Stars have smaller amounts of helium, and still smaller amounts of "metals" (heavier elements). Some stars may have burnt out their hydrogen, and consist mainly of helium and heavier elements. It really depends on the star's stage in its life cycle.


All of them - but mostly hydrogen & helium.


Well, the fact that you said "trace elements" makes me think you probably don't mean hydrogen or helium, which are present in large amounts in stars.After those, the three most common elements would be oxygen, carbon ... and then it gets complicated. Most probably the third would be neon, but iron and nitrogen are also pretty common.


The two most common ones are hydrogen and helium gas


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Metals are the most common elements.


Most stars consist of Hydrogen and Helium in their active stage (main sequence stars)These two elements are the most common in the universe. Stars burn hydrogen into helium in the process. Therefore younger stars typically will have relatively more hydrogen compared to helium whereas older stars will have a somewhat higher ratio of helium compared to a younger star.


They are not, the most common elements are Hydrogen and Helium.


i think that helium is the second most common element in stars. what i am very sure about is that hydrogen is one of the most common element in stars.


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.


Yes - in fact, most of the elements ONLY exist because they were formed in stars.


Most Common Metals on EarthThe most common elements in the universe are listed in "atomic order" (1-118) on the periodic table. #1 Hydrogen. All elements are made through Fusion in stars. When stars explode (go super nova) they scatter these elements throughout the universe. Lithium is the most common metal in the universe, so it would make sense that it is the most common metal on earth. The most common metal that people associate with having the properties of metal is Aluminum. http://www.chem.wisc.edu/areas/reich/handoutsperiodic-table.GIFAtomic element #1 is abundant in stars. #1 is fused with additional electrons and makes atomic element #2. #2 makes #3 and so on. When a stars (suns) Hydrogen is mostly used up, the heavier elements make up the majority of the star. These heavier elements increase the gravity and eventually cause the star to implode...go super nova.Aluminium.


The two most common elements in the sun are: Hydrogen and Helium.


The two most common elements in the oceans are oxygen and hydrogen.


Only massive stars produce heavy elements in the first place. Only the most massive stars get hot enough to make those elements.


Hydrogen is the sun's most common element. Hydrogen is "H," element number 1, on the periodic table of elements. It is the most abundant element in the universe, because it fuels the stars.


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The most common elements of Jupiter are molecular hydrogen (89.8%) and helium (10.2%).


Earth, Water, Fire. May not be the most common but are the three elements.



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