is helium lighter than hydrogen?

Asked by  | 19th Oct, 2010, 12:00: AM

Expert Answer:

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Hydrogen (atomic weight 1, but exists as pairs of atoms (diatomic), molecular weight 2), should weigh 2g per 24 litres at room temperature, whereas Helium (exists as lone atoms (monatomic), atomic weight 4), should weigh 4g per 24 litres at room temperature.
So the answer is No.
Hydrogen is lighter than helium.
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Answered by  | 19th Oct, 2010, 11:04: AM

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