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Cindy M.

asked • 08/08/20

How do you measure hydrogen gas in an experiment?

Because hydrogen gas is insoluble in water, is that why we can measure the volume of hydrogen gas (i.e. with a gas syringe, gas jar, etc)?

Also, in an experiment when hydrogen gas is produced, does the hydrogen gas occupy the space not occupied by water? or does it combine with the water?


I would appreciate your answers, thank you!

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David R. answered • 08/08/20

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