It is the most widespread element in the universe, main constituent of the sun and most of the stars.
Its pure form, di-hydrogen, is created naturally by chemical reactions in the earth's crust.
It is most often associated with other elements to form molecules (water, methane, starch, sugar, alcohol, etc.)
It is the smallest and lightest element (14 times lighter than air)
Natural hydrogen contains 3 times more energy than gasoline
In its pure form, di-hydrogen is invisible, odorless and non-toxic.
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