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Dihydrogen

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Dihydrogen is the homonuclear diatomic molecule formed from two hydrogen atoms. It is an element molecule comprising of two hydrogen atoms joined by a single bond. The molecular formula of dihydrogen is H2. It plays several roles. It acts as an antioxidant, electron donor, a fuel, a human metabolite and acts as a member of food packaging gas. It is elemental hydrogen, a gas molecular entity and an elemental molecule. It is prepared in the laboratory by the reaction of Zinc with either dilute Sulphuric acid or Hydrogen chloride. As hydrogen is the lightest element on the modern periodic table, dihydrogen is the lightest known molecule. Under standard temperature and pressure, dihydrogen exists as colourless, tasteless and odourless gas which is highly combustible in nature. This molecule has a linear shape and is nonpolar in nature.

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Dihydrogen

Presentations | English