What Is the Density of Hydrogen?


Hydrogen appears in nature as a colorless gas. It is also the smallest element known to man. Its density is 0. 08988 grams per cubic centimeter. You can find more information here: http://www. chemicalelements. com/elements/h. html#links
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Hydrogen has a relative density of 0.090 grams/liter (g/L) at 0°C (32°F) and regular atmospheric pressure.
Hydrogen gas: Symbol: H; atomic weight: 1.00797; atomic number: 1; density:
Standard density is at STP. One mole of H2 weighs 2.016 g and occupies 22.414 L (at STP) 2.016 g / 22.414 L = 0.0899438 g/L. To four sig figs, this 0.08994 g/L. Source(s) ChemTeam.
As previously noted, density is how much mass is in a given volume. Expressed as an equation, it is density = mass/volume. Basically, it is how tightly packed matter is into a given
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