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Chemical symbol (not formula) of hydrogen is H and for helium is He.

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I am unsure what you mean by the formula for Hydrogen and Helium because both are an element, not a compound and you would generally not have a formula for an element. However, I can tell you that the difference between the formula for Hydrogen gas and Helium gas if; Hydrogen gas: H2 H-H Helium gas: He Hope this helps



Hydrogen is H2. Helium is He.


the answer is simple it is that both elements have different masses which makes each formula different


Hydrogen is lighter than Helium.



Hydrogen and helium are formed in Sun.



None. Hydrogen and Helium are elements. Helium gas is made of atoms of He, there is no Hydrogen in it at all.


By converting hydrogen-1 into helium-4.By converting hydrogen-1 into helium-4.By converting hydrogen-1 into helium-4.By converting hydrogen-1 into helium-4.


Hydrogen + Helium=BLAST=Hydrogen+Helium=BLAST=Hydrogen+Helium=BLAST=_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ and so on


Hydrogen is lighter than Helium.


Hydrogen is explosive, helium not.


About 96% is hydrogen, about 3% helium.


About 96% hydrogen and 2% helium.


No. helium is chemically inert and does not combine with hydrogen


No. Helium is chemically inert and does not combine with hydrogen


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 hydrogen will fuse to helium.


Liquid Helium is colder than Liquid Hydrogen.


Helium, hydrogen, and air are gases.


Yes, hydrogen is about half the density of helium.


All stars contain hydrogen and helium.


Nuclear fusion of hydrogen gives helium


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