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  • Hydrogen

    Study of the first element – Hydrogen. Answer the following questions:- 1. Give a reason why hydrogen can be placed in group 1[IA] and group 17[vIIA] of the periodic table. 2. What similarities does it show with group 1[IA] and group 17[VIIA]. With special reference to valency electrons and ion formaton and examples. 3. How does hydrogen occur in the free and combined state? 4. Which metals react with cold‚steam and boiling water to form their respected oxides and hydroxides ? Give examples and

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  • Hydrogen and Points

    1. Identify the functional group or molecule for each of the following. (3 points) 1. COOH -OH 2. COH -OH 3. COH -OH 1. List whether each of the following substances was positive or negative for reducing sugar‚ as indicated by the Benedict’s test. (6 points) 1. corn syrup (1 point) positive 2. table sugar (1 point) positive 3. unknown 1 (1 point) negative 4. unknown 2 (1 point) negative 5. unknown 3 (1 point) positive 6. unknown 4 (1 point)

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  • Hydrogen Cars

    Hydrogen Automobiles The effect of pollution that is emitted from vehicles is a serious concern in today ’s society. The cause of this pollution is the toxic emissions from current vehicles. This toxic emissions or pollution destroys the Earth ’s ozone layer or atmospheric gases Acknowledging these facts‚ many are very concerned with the condition of the Earth ’s atmospheric gases in the future. In just a very short time‚ scientists produced a new vehicle which only emits water out of its exhaust

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  • Information on Iron and Hydrogen

    IRON (METAL) Iron is a chemical element with the symbol Fe (from Latin: ferrum) and atomic number 26. It is a metal in the first transition series. It is the most common element (by mass) forming the planet Earth as a whole‚ forming much of Earth’s outer and inner core. It is the fourth most common element in the Earth’s crust. Iron’s very common presence in rocky planets like Earth is due to its abundant production as a result of fusion in high-mass stars‚ Like other group 8 elements‚ iron

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  • Hydrogen Bonding

    SCH4U 03/04/13 Hydrogen Bonding Purpose: The purpose of this investigation is to test the concept of hydrogen bonding. Hypothesis: Given the concept of hydrogen bonding I predict that the bulky glycerol molecules limits the number of possible hydrogen bonds. If water is mixed with glycerol should make it possible for water to form many hydrogen bonds with the glycerol molecules‚ causing it to become a exothermic reaction. Because glycerol has more possibilities for hydrogen bonding I believe

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  • Hydrogen and the Noble Gases

    Hydrogen and the Noble Gases Hydrogen is the chemical element with atomic number 1. It is represented by the symbol “H”. It is an odorless‚ nonmetallic‚ tasteless and highly explosive gas. Hydrogen is the lightest and most abundant chemical element in the universe. It forms 1- ions when combined with metals‚ and 1+ ion when combined with non-metals to form acids. Hydrogen is “the fuel of life”; without it to combine with oxygen we would not have water. Water is made of two parts hydrogen

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  • Hydrogen Fuel Cells

    more efficient sources of power. At the forefront of research for these power sources are hydrogen fuel cells. This power source takes in the most abundant element in the universe‚ Hydrogen‚ and yields immense power without combustion or pollution. The three aspects of this scientific breakthrough are the fuel cells‚ hydrogen production‚ and hydrogen storage. Fuel cells are the devices with which Hydrogen is made into electricity. These use a technology much similar to that of something we are

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  • Hydrogen: the Fuel of the Future

    Hydrogen: The Fuel of The Future By: Json Why are we as Americans so afraid to change? even if it is a change for the better? the world has been using oil coal and other petroleum products to power just about everything that moves for the last 150 years. yet most cars in the united states only get 10-20 miles a gallon and even the "good" ones can get only a petty 20-50 miles a gallon. so why do we put up with the inefficiency when there are far better alternatives out there? Such as hydrogen

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  • Hydrogen Research

    TECHNICAL REPORT SERIES Potential for Hydrogen as a Fuel for Transport in the Long Term (2020 - 2030) - Full Background Report - EUR 21090 EN Institute for Prospective Technological Studies Potential for Hydrogen as a Fuel for Transport in the Long Term (2020 - 2030) - Full Background Report - Matthias Altmann Patrick Schmidt Reinhold Wurster Martin Zerta Dr. Werner Zittel (Edited by Hector Hernandez) March 2004 EUR 21090 EN European Commission Joint Research Centre (DG

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  • Hydrogen Summary

    Hydrogen Summary * This is how hydrogen fuel cells work: 1. Gas stored in tanks 2. Atoms reach anode 3. Become hydrogen ion and a free electron 4. Ion goes through electrolyte layer 5. Hydrogen ion passes‚ but free electron does not 6. Free electron runs through external circuit from anode (-) to cathode (+) 7. Current of electrons creates electricity 8. Hydrogen ion enters cathode and combines with oxygen to become water which is better for the ecosystem because

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