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Hydrogels -- See Colloids


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Hydrogels   8
Hydrogels -- analysis. : Polysaccharide hydrogels : characterization and biomedical applications / edited by Pietro Matricardi, Franco Alhaique, Tommasina Coviello  2016 1
Hydrogels -- therapeutic use.   2
  Hydrogen -- 7 Related Subjects   7
Hydrogen.   23
 

Hydrogen-1 -- See Hydrogen


The first chemical element in the periodic table. It has the atomic symbol H, atomic number 1, and atomic weight [1.00784; 1.00811]. It exists, under normal conditions, as a colorless, odorless, tasteless, diatomic gas. Hydrogen ions are PROTONS. Besides the common H1 isotope, hydrogen exists as the stable isotope DEUTERIUM and the unstable, radioactive isotope TRITIUM
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Hydrogen-3 -- See Tritium


The radioactive isotope of hydrogen also known as hydrogen-3. It contains two NEUTRONS and one PROTON in its nucleus and decays to produce low energy BETA PARTICLES
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Hydrogen Analysis -- See Also the narrower term Hydrogen-ion concentration Measurement


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Hydrogen -- Analysis. : Richard Hammond Builds A Planet: Ep 2 Of 2 / Director: Simpkiss, Nigel  2013 1
Hydrogen as fuel.   68
Hydrogen as fuel -- Australia. : Australian hydrogen activity 2008 / prepared for the Australian Government Dept. of Resources, Energy and Tourism by A. L. Dicks, J. Bradley and D. T. Alexander  2008 1
Hydrogen as fuel -- Computer simulation : Alternative energy technologies : an introduction with computer simulations / Gavin Buxton, Robert Morris University, Moon Township, PA, USA  2015 1
Hydrogen as fuel -- Congresses.   6
Hydrogen as fuel -- Economic aspects.   5
Hydrogen as fuel -- Economic aspects -- United States.   2
Hydrogen as fuel -- Periodicals   2
Hydrogen as fuel -- Research.   9
Hydrogen as fuel -- Research -- Congresses.   3
Hydrogen as fuel -- Research -- Government policy -- United States. : Transitions to alternative transportation technologies : a focus on hydrogen / Committee on Assessment of Resource Needs for Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technologies, Board on Energy and Environmental Systems, Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences  2008 1
Hydrogen as fuel -- Safety measures : Sensors for safety and process control in hydrogen technologies / Thomas Hübert, Lois Boon-Brett, William J. Buttner  2016 1
Hydrogen as fuel -- Technological innovations.   2
Hydrogen bacteria. : Hydrogen-based biosynthesis / Tatiana G. Volova  2009 1
Hydrogen -- Biotechnology.   6
Hydrogen -- Biotechnology -- Congresses. : Biohydrogen / edited by Ashok Pandey [and others]  2013 1
  Hydrogen Bomb -- 2 Related Subjects   2
Hydrogen bomb.   10
Hydrogen bomb -- Design and construction. : As It Happened: World's Biggest Bomb / Director: Webb, Andy  2012 1
Hydrogen bomb -- Drama.   2
Hydrogen bomb -- Government policy -- United States -- History : Super bomb : organizational conflict and the development of the hydrogen bomb / Ken Young and Warner R. Schilling  2019 1
Hydrogen bomb -- Great Britain -- Testing. : Grappling with the bomb : Britain's Pacific H-bomb tests / Nic Maclellan  2017 1
Hydrogen bomb -- History.   3
Hydrogen bomb -- Oceania -- Testing. : Grappling with the bomb : Britain's Pacific H-bomb tests / Nic Maclellan  2017 1
Hydrogen bomb -- Testing.   2
Hydrogen bomb -- United States -- History : Super bomb : organizational conflict and the development of the hydrogen bomb / Ken Young and Warner R. Schilling  2019 1
 

Hydrogen Bombs -- See Nuclear Weapons


A weapon that derives its destructive force from nuclear fission and/or fusion
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Hydrogen bonding -- See Also the narrower term Dihydrogen bonding


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Hydrogen bonding.   26
 

Hydrogen bonds -- See Hydrogen bonding


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Hydrogen cars.   6
Hydrogen cars -- Research. : The hydrogen energy transition : moving toward the post petroleum age in transportation / edited by Daniel Sperling and James S. Cannon  2004 1
Hydrogen -- chemistry.   3
 

Hydrogen Chloride -- See Hydrochloric Acid


A strong corrosive acid that is commonly used as a laboratory reagent. It is formed by dissolving hydrogen chloride in water. GASTRIC ACID is the hydrochloric acid component of GASTRIC JUICE
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Hydrogen chloride.   2
 

Hydrogen chloride gas -- See Hydrogen chloride


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Hydrogen chloride -- Physiological effect. : Chlorine and hydrogen chloride  1982 1
Hydrogen chloride -- Toxicology. : Assessment of exposure-response functions for rocket-emission toxicants / Subcommittee on Rocket-Emission Toxicants, Committee on Toxicology, Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology, Commission on Life Sciences, National Research Council  1998 1
Hydrogen -- Congresses.   2
Aluminum alloys -- Hydrogen content : The effects of hydrogen in aluminium and its alloys / D.E.J. Talbot  2004 1
Metals -- Hydrogen content.   3
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