What Is the Atomic Mass of Hydrogen?
Last Updated Mar 28, 2020 11:59:44 PM ET
The atomic mass of hydrogen is 1.00794 amu (atomic mass units). Its atomic number is 1, and hydrogen has one electron and one proton. This element is a gas at room temperature.
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