50 HYDROGEN FACTS (YOU DO NOT KNOW)

Do you know:

 

Hydrogen is good, bad, ugly and really good and beautiful for you to drink?

Please visit H2hack.com - you can make hydrogen water that is 3.5 to 9 PPM for just 7 cents per 8 ounce serving.

Jupiter is a gas planet - that gas is hydrogen. 

 

It is thought that hydrogen becomes liquid metal near the planet's core - and that the core is solid hydrogen metal.  Both these changes are due to increasing pressures approaching the core.

Is hydrogen metal?

 

It does make sense - the majority of the periodic table is metal.

 

Science believes that hydrogen gas may become liquid metal under extreme pressure on earth - and even solid hydrogen metal at even higher pressures.

Russian and American scientist claimed to achieve or partially achieve this feat in the early 1970s - but no conclusive evidence exist.

Scientist in the U.S. claimed to have achieved it 2017 - but still, no conclusive proof.

What is the big deal in making hydrogen metal?

The immplications for turning hydrogen into solid metal are manifold - wide ranging.

It is thought that solid hydrogen metal will be stable at room temperature.  If this is true, it will be the ultimate super conductor, rocket fuel, and will have uses across virtually all industries.  It would REALLY change life on earth.

  • Hydrogen has many industrial uses:

 

making commercial nitrogen, making smooth glass, making hydrochloric acid, reducing metal ore, welding, hydrocracking, and the hydrogenation of fats and oils, (which make them TERRIBLE for your health).

Over 1,000 studies confirm: hydrogen as a health supplement is very important - showing positive effects against 170 diseases and conditions.

Hydrogen makes up about 75% of all matter in the universe. 

  • What are we made of?

We all know - about 60% of our body is water and we know a lot of that water is hydrogen.  We don't know how they square the math, but they say:

Our bodies are 61% hydrogen. 

 

  • What powers the sun?

When sun flares explode from the surface of the sun, helium is produced.  helium makes up about 25% of all the matter in the universe.

  • How about making your car fly now?

The lifting power of 1 cubic foot of hydrogen gas is about 0.07 lb, (11.2 ounces) at °C, 760 mm pressure.  This is a lot of weight lifted for a small amount of gas.  Hydrogen is the lightest gas and so it is the best at lifting.

Let's say you wanted fly your car and it weighs 3,000 pounds.  Let's be conservative and say that each cubic foot of hydrogen will lift a net weight of 1/2 pound.  You could fly your car with just 6,000 cubic feet of hydrogen gas, or less.

  • What were the Nazis really good at?

Germany was the world leader in air ship or Zepplin development, from inception of the air ship until World War 2.  In the years just before World War 2, the Hindenburg air ship would make regular passenger trips from Germany to the American east coast. 

 

The air ship was HUGE.  It featured hotel like suites and a "grand room" with a grand piano.  The best cusine and wine were served.

Helium gas, (not hydrogen gas) is the preferred gas for lifting air ships because it is inert - it cannot ignite.

Prior to World War 2, as it became clear that Hitler was a problem, the U.S. stopped exporting helium to Germany.  The Germans turned to hydrogen gas, which they could relatively easily make.

Hydrogen gas is very volatile, (easy to light).  At Lake Hurst, New Jersey, the Hindenberg burst into flames - it is a mystery to this day, why it happened.  It ended air ships as commercial transportation.

The Good Year blimp is a baloon without a metal frame like air ships.  The Good Year blimp uses helium.

Helium gas exist in the ground in relatively few places, on earth.  The U.S. has always been one of the biggest producers of helium gas from helium wells - but the U.S. is running out of helium.   

  • Will you have water running out your tail pipe in the future?

The hydrogen fuel cell is a developing technology that will allow great amounts of electrical power to be obtained using a source of hydrogen gas.

Auto manufacturers are experimenting with hydrogen fuel cell technology.  Toyota is the first to offer a car powered by hydrogen.  You can order one, today.

The excitement about powering cars with hydrogen is because water is the exhaust and effiency is 3 times that of gasoline.

The problem is in finding a way to produce hydrogen cheap enough to make sense.  So far, that no truly practical way has been found. 

There is hope that a system to produce hydrogen gas using solar energy will become economical in the future.

 

Hydrogen is estimated to make up more than 90% of all the atoms in the universe.

Hydrogen is made in several ways:

  • steam on heated natural gas

  • decomposition of certain carbons with heat

  • reaction of sodium, (salt) or potassium hydroxide on aluminum

  • electrolysis, (dissimular metals in water exposed to electrical current)

  • displacement from acids by certain metals.

The last one above is how we make hydrogen water everyday in our kitchen, using an acid from organic fruit and pure magnesium.  It is simple, pure, delicious, and dirt cheap to make.  We spend less than 10 minutes to make 16 servings a day for 7 cents.

  • The German air ship blew up - will we blow up our kitchen? 

Hydrogen becomes volatile at about 5% of ambient air, (the air we breathe).  When we make hydrogen water to drink, it is below 1% and very, very, safe.

 

 

 

Liquid hydrogen is important in cryogenics and in the study of superconductivity, as its melting point is only 20 degrees above absolute zero.

 

Hydrogen is two types because of two different types of molecules: “para” and “ortho.”

The physical properties of each are different.

At room temperature, normal hydrogen contains about 25% para and 75% ortho.

Para H2 can be prepared pure.  Ortho cannot.

 

Hydrogen is the lightest of all gases.  Hydrogen is very light, (about 14 times lighter than air).

Hydrogen is the only element with names for each of its isotopes.

 

The isotope of hydrogen is called protium.  Two other isotopes making up hydrogen are deuterium and tritium.

 

Tritium is created in nuclear power plants and is used to make hydrogen bombs.

Tritium and deuterium are also used in nuclear power plants.  Tritium is used in luminous paints, as a tracer because it is radiactive

 

Deuterium is used to slow down neutrons.  Only one atom of deuterium is present for about each 6,000 ordinary hydrogen atoms.  Water with high deuterium content is called “heavy water” used in nuclear power plants.

Light water contains less deuterium than drinking water.  There is a "health craze" that claims deuterium is very damaging and causes cancer.  This movement claims drinking water with less deuterium is good for health.

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