7 things you may not know about hydrogen right here:
One of the first elements created after the Big Bang (if you believe in the Big Bang)
It’s the most abundant substance (75%) in the universe and the richest energy source for stars (The sun is made up of mostly hydrogen).
NASA fuels its spaceships with hydrogen and the resulting water is so pure astronauts drink it.
The world’s largest hydrogen electrolysis plant is currently being built at Rhineland refinery, Germany.
The first electrolyzer appeared in 1800 when Nicolson and Carlisle induced a static charge into water.
The name hydrogen comes from the Greek words “hydro” (meaning water). It was named by French chemist Antoine Lavoisier because when it burns it “creates water”.
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