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Main Entry: hy·dro·gen
Pronunciation: primarystresshimacr-drschwa-jschwan
Function: noun
Etymology: from French hydrogène "hydrogen," from hydr- "water" and -gène "producer"; so called because when hydrogen gas burns, it combines with oxygen to produce water
: a chemical element that is the simplest and lightest of all chemical elements and is normally found alone as a colorless odorless highly flammable gas having two atoms per molecule -- see ELEMENT table
- hy·drog·e·nous /himacr-primarystressdräj-schwa-nschwas/ adjective

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