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Hydrogen A P R E S E N T A T I O N M A D E W I T H ' C A N V A ' B Y V A L E R I A S A L C E D O
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1 . The name of the element is hydrogen. Its name origin was founded by Henry Cavendish when he noticed how hydrogen produces water when it's burned. Therefore, it was named after that property: in Greek, hydrogen means "water-former", where 'hydro' means water and 'genes' means creator.
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2 . Chemical symbol: H Average atomic mass: 1 (or 1 . 008 ) Atomic number: 1
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3 . There is 1 valence electron in one of hydrogen's neutral atoms. 4 . Hydrogen is the first element on the periodic table, it is truly in a class by itself. It doesn't belong to any family of elements, and though it is a nonmetal, it appears on the left side of the periodic table with the metals. However, it is separated by being placed higher than the other elements. - Elements that have similar properties to it: Lithium, Sodium, Potassium, and Rubidium.
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5 . Hydrogen is easily the most abundant element in the universe. It is found in the sun and most of the stars, and the planet Jupiter is composed mostly of hydrogen. On Earth, hydrogen is found in the greatest quantities as water.
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