English to Albanian Meaning of hydrogen - hidrogjen

Hydrogen :

hidrogjen, ujë, shi, freskim

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Definitions of hydrogen in English
Noun(1) a nonmetallic univalent element that is normally a colorless and odorless highly flammable diatomic gas; the simplest and lightest and most abundant element in the universe
Examples of hydrogen in English
(1) We know that for a fact because we've measured the isotope ratio of deuterium and hydrogen .(2) Energy is generated by the reaction of hydrogen and oxygen across a catalytic membrane.(3) In composition it resembles a small star, with helium and hydrogen as the main gases.(4) For example, the formula of hydrochloric acid is HCl - one atom of hydrogen and one of chlorine.(5) We know that the Moon is low on certain chemicals such as hydrogen and carbon.(6) Once a star has burnt most of its hydrogen to helium, it starts to cool.(7) Food waste is turned into hydrogen , methane and carbon monoxide by the heat of the exhaust.(8) Indeed it's thought that after the big bang the only elements around were hydrogen and helium.(9) Yes we can say that water is made up of two atoms of hydrogen and one of oxygen but how are these atoms combined to make this substance we call water?(10) In the water molecule there are three atoms: two of hydrogen and one of oxygen.(11) It was a very dry world, almost no water, and not much carbon, hydrogen or oxygen either.(12) A fuel cell combines hydrogen and oxygen into water and in the process creates electricity that is used to power the car.(13) Try substituting fluorine for hydrogen in some compounds and the consequences can be dramatic.(14) The elements of which water is composed, hydrogen and oxygen, both have stable isotopes.(15) The water could be used for drinking and also split into hydrogen and oxygen to make fuel for future trips.(16) Pour in the water and watch it separate into hydrogen and oxygen, forming a gas to power your vehicle across the floor.
Related Phrases of hydrogen
(1) hydrogen peroxide ::
peroksid hidrogjeni
(2) hydrogen sulfide ::
sulfide hidrogjenit
(3) hydrogen bond ::
bond hidrogjen
(4) hydrogen sulphide ::
sulfur hidrogjen
(5) hydrogen cyanide ::
cianid hidrogjen
(6) hydrogen chloride ::
klorur hidrogjeni
(7) hydrogen bonding ::
lidhjes hidrogjen
(8) hydrogen bomb ::
bombë me hidrogjen
(9) hydrogen fluoride ::
fluoride hidrogjen
1. hydrogen ::
2. water ::
3. aqua ::
4. snack ::
5. rain ::
6. refreshment ::
Different Forms
hydrogen, hydrogenate, hydrogenates, hydrogenation, hydrogenous
Word Example from TV Shows
they theoretically can separate
the hydrogen from the oxygen,

they theoretically can separate the HYDROGEN from the oxygen,

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 12



The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 23

A hydrogen atom, H,
plus pigs minus P,

A HYDROGEN atom, H, plus pigs minus P, "higs."

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 13

Didn't you say you're making
hydrogen sulfide gas?

Didn't you say you're making HYDROGEN sulfide gas?

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 4

Atom of hydrogen,
Adam of Maroon 5, mic drop.

Atom of HYDROGEN, Adam of Maroon 5, mic drop.

The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 23

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