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1 HydrogenHydrogen#1 Hydrogen Periodic Table of the Elements

2 Where did “Hydrogen” get it’s name? Hydrogen was named by Lavoisier in 1776 Hydrogen was named by Lavoisier in 1776 It is the most abundant of elements in the Universe It is the most abundant of elements in the Universe Heavier elements came from hydrogen Heavier elements came from hydrogen

3 What is Hydrogen’s Natural State? Hydrogen’s natural state is a mixture of two kinds of molecules Ortho- and Para- hydrogen Hydrogen’s natural state is a mixture of two kinds of molecules Ortho- and Para- hydrogen

4 How was Hydrogen named? In 1766 Hydrogen was recognized as a distinct element. In 1766 Hydrogen was recognized as a distinct element. Greek: hydro, water, forming named by Lavoisier. Greek: hydro, water, forming named by Lavoisier. My name is George

5 What are Hydrogen’s Uses? Hydrogen's symbol is H It’s atomic weight is It’s important to the carbon-nitrogen cycle, and the proton reaction Hydrogen is also used to make water; using two hydrogen and one oxygen; also known as H2o

6 Melting and Freezing point of Hydrogen Melting point °C Melting point °C Freezing point °C Freezing point °C

7 What are Hydrogen’s Group and Characteristics? Hydrogen is in group 7 of the periodic table Hydrogen is in group 7 of the periodic table Hydrogen is an alternative fuel for cars Hydrogen is an alternative fuel for cars Hydrogen is an aviation fuel Hydrogen is an aviation fuel Hydrogen can electronically power devices better than batteries can Hydrogen can electronically power devices better than batteries can

8 Where is Hydrogen Found on the Earth? Hydrogen is usually under rocks, near cacti, and in bushels. Hydrogen is usually under rocks, near cacti, and in bushels.

9 Interesting Facts Hydrogen is a colorless, highly flammable gaseous element Hydrogen is a colorless, highly flammable gaseous element Hydrogen is used in the production of synthetic ammonia and methanol Hydrogen is used in the production of synthetic ammonia and methanol

10 Pronunciation Guide Hi- dro-jen Hi- dro-jen

11 Bibliography Cherigarner.com Cherigarner.com Periodictable.com Periodictable.com Hydrogen.org Hydrogen.org Periodic.lan.gov/elements/1.html.com Periodic.lan.gov/elements/1.html.com

12 Electron Shell Diagram of Hydrogen 1s1 1s1


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