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Most commercial electrolyzers contain membranes that separate hydrogen and oxygen (O2) gases.
Dead and buried, this ancient life was transformed into a suite of molecules made up of chains and rings of carbon with hydrogen stuck to them, and thus, prosaically known, as hydrocarbons.
Gas giants, as their name implies, are mostly hydrogen and helium.
The team’s geochemical models show that microbes could consume carbon dioxide and hydrogen from the seafloor vents, producing methane as a waste product.
The material contained hydrogen, oxygen and sulfur ions moving at almost light speed.
Thermonuclear bombs and nuclear fusion reactors need stores of hydrogen fuel, but bottom quarks tend to evaporate after a millionth of a millionth of a second.
The vehicles get refueled with hydrogen at gas station-style pumps, and no cord or charging is required.
The white dwarf’s long-term companion, by contrast, is a smaller, hydrogen-burning red dwarf.
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First Known Use: 1788See Words from the same year
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hydrogenousplay \hī-ˈdräj-ə-nəs\ adjective
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