A Familiar Newscast Segue and a Very, Very, Very, Very Short Verse

“And now for something much lighter.”

HYDROGEN.

This is a simple picture of a hydrogen atom using the Bohr model. A negatively charged electron can be seen on the outside of the positively charged proton.

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  • That's taking things down to basics.

  • Especially if you strike a match.

  • In reply to jack:

    Kaboom!

  • Thank you, AW! Have you heard of blue ammonia? It is made from hydrogen, and emits water vapor when burned. it may be a fuel for the future....

  • In reply to Weather Girl:

    Or, maybe not....more research is needed!

  • In reply to Weather Girl:

    WG, correct me if I'm wrong, but was there an explosion at a blue ammonia plant recently?

  • You're absolutely right, AW. There was an explosion earlier this year at an ammonia plant in Beirut. It is dangerous stuff!

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