Definición de hydrogen en inglés:

hydrogen

Silabificación: hy·dro·gen
Pronunciación: /ˈhīdrəjən
 
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sustantivo

A colorless, odorless, highly flammable gas, the chemical element of atomic number 1. (Symbol: H)

Hydrogen is the lightest of the chemical elements and has the simplest atomic structure, a single electron orbiting a nucleus consisting of a single proton. It is by far the most common element in the universe, although not on the earth, where it occurs chiefly combined with oxygen as water

Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • We know that the Moon is low on certain chemicals such as hydrogen and carbon.
  • Chemically, oil is made up of chains of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen called fatty acid.
  • It was a very dry world, almost no water, and not much carbon, hydrogen or oxygen either.

Origen

late 18th century: coined in French from Greek hudro- 'water' + -genēs (see -gen).

Derivativos

hydrogenous

Pronunciación: /hīˈdräjənəs/
adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Based on new results, the role played by hydrogenous species in the generation is explored.
  • In the U.S., we import almost everything under the sun, and many of those imports are hydrogenous.
  • These materials are made of a low density solid hydrogenous material which binds a powder of medium density materials.

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