atomic hydrogen


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atomic hydrogen

[ə′täm·ik ′hī·drə·jən]
(chemistry)
Gaseous hydrogen whose molecules are dissociated into atoms.
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For the purpose of this review, increases that occur in cyclic crack growth behavior due to atomic hydrogen, such as those exhibited by Type A, will be identified as HA-FCG.
In the case of atomic hydrogen, the catalyst atoms must accept a specific (resonant) amount of energy from the hydrogen atom.
Several other PhD candidates used the equipment and process to study reactions of atomic hydrogen with other free radicals so this turned out to be a very worthwhile contribution.
The stream of atomic hydrogen gas is the largest known, a million light years longer than a gas tail found in the Virgo Cluster by another Arecibo project a few years ago.
For example, when using the Protonic Mode(TM) with hydrogen, the fraction of atomic hydrogen ions (H+) in the plasma is in excess of 99 percent with a plasma density on the order of 5e11 ions/cc.
The scientific and medical PubMed study titled, "Electrolyzed-reduced water scavenges active oxygen species and protects DNA from oxidative damage" (PMID:9169001) shows evidence that ERW (electrolyzed reduced water) actively fights free radicals because of its' dissolved atomic hydrogen (active hydrogen) properties.
The Lyman Alpha Mapping Project (LAMP), an ultraviolet imaging spectrograph on board the spacecraft, saw mercury and enhancements of atomic hydrogen in the plume.
His team detected 20 clouds of neutral atomic hydrogen around Andromeda by recording faint but telltale radio emissions with the Green Bank (W.
Washington, May 31 ( ANI ): More atomic hydrogen gas - the ultimate fuel that creates stars and galaxies - is lurking in today's Universe than previously thought, a re-analysis of radio telescope observations from Australia, the USA and the Netherlands has found.
His team has now detected atomic hydrogen gas some 65,000 light-years from the disk of a Virgo galaxy called NGC 4388.
In Amsterdam, Professor Silvera stabilized the first Bose gas, atomic hydrogen, which led to Bose-Einstein Condensation.
I've always liked hydrogen atoms," Walter Hardy of the University of British Columbia, a leading expert in atomic hydrogen studies, said.