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This burns the waste to ash and releases highly flammable carbon monoxide and hydrogen gases. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They are all hydrogen and carbon based. The Crisis of Life on Earth - our legacy from the second millenium (1990)The technique works by reacting carbon dioxide with hydrogen. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The apparatus was kept in hydrogen gas that leaked. Times, Sunday Times (2015)What is the difference between a hydrogen bomb and an atomic bomb? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Now it is also a nuclear power and this week carried out tests on a supposed hydrogen bomb. The Sun (2016)These minerals are required in tiny amounts compared to carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)This means more ozone around us; more hydrogen peroxide. The Crisis of Life on Earth - our legacy from the second millenium (1990)Since then hydrogen peroxide has been made much more difficult to obtain in Britain. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It's seamless going from gas to hydrogen. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The pH of a solution is a measure of its hydrogen ion concentration and hence of its acidity. The Dictionary of Nutritional Health (1986)A hydrogen bomb can be hundreds of times more powerful than an atomic bomb. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Fourth, the production of hydrogen is not exactly carbon-neutral. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Visiting the factory in January, the current leader claimed to have successfully tested a hydrogen bomb. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It was, he said, to be a hydrogen bomb. Times, Sunday Times (2016)That volcanic energy erupted about 20 or 30 years ago when he discovered that there existed a hydrogen bomb capable of destroying mankind. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In human mitochondria, it takes ten hydrogen ions to crank the protein through a full circle and thus produce three molecules of ATP. Eating the Sun: How Plants Power the Planet (2007)
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Translations for 'hydrogen'
British English: hydrogen /ˈhaɪdrɪdʒən/ NOUN
Hydrogen is a colourless gas that is very light.
- American English: hydrogen
- Arabic: هَيْدْرُوجِيـنٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: hidrogênio
- Chinese: 氢
- Croatian: hidrogen
- Czech: vodík
- Danish: brint
- Dutch: waterstof
- European Spanish: hidrógeno
- Finnish: vety
- French: hydrogène
- German: Wasserstoff
- Greek: υδρογόνο
- Italian: idrogeno
- Japanese: 水素
- Korean: 수소 화학
- Norwegian: hydrogen
- Polish: wodór
- European Portuguese: hidrogénio
- Romanian: hidrogen
- Russian: водород
- Spanish: hidrógeno
- Swedish: väte
- Thai: ก๊าซไฮโดรเจน
- Turkish: hidrojen
- Ukrainian: водень
- Vietnamese: khí hydro
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