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Those are people who have skills in cybersecurity, machine learning — a subset of artificial intelligence engineering — and anything to do with automated and electric vehicle systems such as battery technology, fuel cell systems and hydrogen.
Carbon Engineering, a Canadian company, is already making a liquid fuel by sucking carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the atmosphere and combining it with hydrogen from water.
Typically, researchers can measure how quickly a star orbits by looking at the spectrum of light emitted by the hydrogen inside the star.
The x-rays produced by an AGN ionize clouds of hydrogen gas in the galactic bulge around it, setting them aglow at particular frequencies that produce distinct peaks in the galaxy’s spectrum.
If the forces that hold atoms together were even a bit different, the atomic reactions that power the stars wouldn’t work, and our cosmos would consist of nothing but hydrogen.
The last, conducted in September, was widely considered to have been a hydrogen explosion.
The extremely light hydrogen escaped Venus’s gravity, and the oxygen was consumed by rusting into the rocks.
The new findings revealed that a large fraction of the hydrogen in the immediate vicinity of the newfound quasar was neutrally charged.
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HYDROGEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hydrogen for English Language Learners
: a chemical element that has no color or smell and that is the simplest, lightest, and most common element
HYDROGEN Defined for Kids
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medical Definition of hydrogen
hydrogenousplay \hī-ˈdräj-ə-nəs\ adjective
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