Hydrogen is used for industrial applications, including food processing, treating metals and refining, according to Hydrogen-Fuel.org. Its major use as a fuel is in the NASA space program. More »

Hydrogen peroxide is used as a bleaching agent and an oxidizer. It is often found in toothpaste formulas. A solution is also used as a disinfectant in wound care even though some medical experts warn against this. Hydrog... More »

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A solution of 3 percent hydrogen peroxide, or sodium percarbonate (a powdered form of hydrogen peroxide) mixed with water can be poured into a spray bottle and used as a standard spray-on cleaner. This diluted hydrogen p... More »

Some examples of secondary industries are textile production, steel production, oil refining, food processing, aerospace manufacturing and consumer electronics. The automotive, brewing, energy, tobacco, ship-making and c... More »

It is possible to bend metals but not ionic crystals because of the different bonding in their atomic structures.The valence electrons in metals flow freely between the atoms, while a crystal's electrons have a strong bo... More »

The majority of metals listed on the period table of elements are solids at room temperature or 71.6 degrees Fahrenheit, with mercury being an exception since it solidifies at -38.2 degrees. Metals such as cesium, franci... More »

Most metals are solids at room temperature as they have high melting points. Mercury is the only metal that occurs in liquid form at this temperature. More »