Hydrogen gas is the lightest and simplest element and, with a ratio of 80%, is the main ingredient of the visible universe. the other 20% consist of helium, the ratio of the heavier elements is below 1%. Most stars, including our Sun, generate energy by the fusion of hydrogen gas with helium gas. Hydrogen gas is quite abundant on Earth too, opposite to helium gas, because it is a very reactive element and so is part of many different compounds. The most familiar of these is the one with oxygen gas, H2O, also called water! But all the complex molecules of life contain hydrogen, too. There are three hydrogen isotopes, which as only isotopes of all elements have established proper names:
• 1H or H, protium, normal hydrogen, abundance 99.985%
• 2H or D, deuterium, heavy hydrogen, abundance 0.015%
• 3H or T, tritium, super-heavy hydrogen, occurs only in traces
The latter is radioactive with a half-life of 12.3 years. There is hope, that in the future a lot of energy will be produced by fusioning deuterium and tritium. But this is enormously difficult, because such a fusion needs a temperature of several million degrees to run
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