Number of Energy Levels: 1
Electrons on the outer energy level: 1
Atomic Number: 1
Atomic Mass: 1.00794 Amu
Density: 0.08988 g/cm3
Hydrogen = Hydro (water) + gen (generate)
Hydrogen - Top 11 interesting facts about hydrogen
Hydrogen was discovered in 1766 by Henry Cavendish.
Hydrogen is the most basic element in the universe containing just a proton and an electron.
There are no neutrons in a Hydrogen atom.
Hydrogen is the most common element in the universe.
Elemental Hydrogen is hardly ever found on our planet so it has to be produced artificially.
Hydrogen is highly flammable (remember the disaster of the Zeppelin Hindenburg) and it was used as a fuel for space shuttle.
Car engineers take in consideration solid Hydrogen (Hydrogen under extreme pressure become solid) as a car fuel.
The flame produce by burning Hydrogen is invisible for the human eye.
In normal conditions, Hydrogen is a gas which is tasteless, odorless and colorless.
Hydrogen is often stored as a liquid at a temperature of -252.87 Centigrade.
Hydrogen has the melting point at -259.14 째C (14.009985 K, -434.45203 째F) and the boiling point at -252.87 째C (20.280005 K, -423.166 째F).