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Hydrogen

Hydrogen ionizes at 10,000 Kelvin or that is it would be about 17,540 degrees Fahrenheit. A large Van de graaff would be able to put out 30,000 Kelvin.

Heavy hydrogen or deuterium is simply hydrogen that bears an extra neutron in its nucleus. It is non-radioactive and easy to extract from water very cheaply.

According to the recommendations of IUPAC Commission on Physical Organic Chemistry [Pure Appl. Chem., 60, 1115-1116 (1988)], the names for hydrogen atoms and ions are the following:

1H
2H
3H
H
triton?
hydron (female)
protide?
tritide?
hydride? (male)



Hydrogen is not a simple element
"One of the foundation stones of vibratory physics is that "no differentiation can exist in the workings of the pure law of harmony." If this be correct, then all so-called elements have a triple basis, as vibratory physics teaches, for the system that represents harmony in one sense must represent it in all, or everything would be brought into “chaotic confusion." Therefore, as Keely surmised, long before he was able to prove it to his own satisfaction, hydrogen must, under the conditions of this law, be composed of three elements; and these three elements in turn must each have a triple formation, and so on indefinitely, until verged into the infinite interluminous." Newton of the Mind See 7B.11 - Hydrogen

Hydrogen is a Metal
"The only indivisible "element" is the luminous, the one from which all compound elements are formed, or aggregated; hydrogen being one of these compound substances. If hydrogen were a simple it would assimilate with the high luminous. No molecular structure known to man can hold even the low order of the luminous as chemically liberated. Sympathetic physics classifies hydrogen as a compound triple element, with a metallic base. It comes under the order of the second atomic, both in vibration and in sympathetic outreach."

"The Horizon of matter does not rest on hydrogen. I contend that hydrogen is composed of three elements with a metallic base and that it belongs to the "interatomic" subdivision, by reason of its vibrational frequency and sympathetic outreach. hydrogen is not an actual etheric element, for if it were such, it could not be confined in any container. No molecular structure can contain and hold the ether of the seventh subdivision, not even that lowest order - ether of the fourth subdivision - which is liberated as heat in chemical action. Were hydrogen a simple element, such as the ether, it would seek its medium of correspondent tenuity with a speed greater than that of light, notwithstanding any restraining influence at our command.

"My researches lead me to think that hydrogen carries heat in a latent condition, but I do not believe it will ever be possible to originate a device which will vibrate hydrogen with a sufficient frequency to cause it to evolve this latent heat.

"All known gases are compounds, the proof being that all of them submit to vibratory dissociation." Keely, The Snell Manuscript (external link)

"There is much atmospheric celestial material that has never been revealed to man's senses. Attenuated elements extend to infinite reaches beyond hydrogen, including actual substances or compounds which have never been revealed to our senses. Beings fashioned of these substances could walk by our sides unseen and cast no shadow in the noonday sun." [Keely, The Operation of the Vibratory Circuit, The Connecting Link Between Mind and Matter - Keelys Progress - Part 2]

"The horizon of matter, which has been thought to rest over attenuated hydrogen, may extend to infinite reaches beyond, including stuffs or substances which have never been revealed to the senses. Beings fashioned of this attenuated substance might walk by our side unseen, nor cast a shadow in the noon day sun." [see alphanon through Hydron in this Table of the Elements for elements that "rest over attenuated hydrogen"] [HYDROGEN - Snell]

"M. Dumas has communicated to the French Academy some curious experiments of MM. Troost and Hautefeuille on the hydrates of mercury or combinations of hydrogen with that metal. These combinations, it is said, so strongly resemble those which constitute the amalgams of mercury, with silver and other white metals, that it is hardly possible to doubt that they are themselves amalgams, and hence that hydrogen is a metal, a fact apparently indicated in many other analogies." [Nature Magazine?]

In 1973, a group of Russian experimenters may have produced metallic hydrogen at a pressure of 2.8 Mbar. At the transition the density changed from 1.08 to 1.3 g/cm3. Earlier, in 1972, at Livermore, California, a group also reported on a similar experiment in which they observed a pressure-volume point centered at 2 Mbar. Predictions say that metallic hydrogen may be metastable; others have predicted it would be a superconductor at room temperature. Los Alamos National Labs http://pearl1.lanl.gov/periodic/elements/1.html (external link)

Hydrogen Safety Resources
Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety (external link)
Compressed Gas ppt
Compressed Gas Safety pdf (external link)
Compressed Gas Safety Training (external link)
Lecture Bottle Safety (external link)
National Hydrogen Association (external link)
OSU Compressed Gas Handling (external link)

See Also

15.25 - Hydrogen and Oxygen do not exist
7B.11 - Hydrogen
Deuterium
HYDROGEN - Snell
Protium
Table of Hydrogen Atoms and Ions
The Connecting Link Between Mind and Matter - Keelys Progress - Part 2
Tritium

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