Is hydrogen an electron donor or an acceptor?

Answer Hydrogen is an electron donor. It will donate its single electron to an electron acceptor like chlorine. Hydrogen, as the donor, becomes electropositive, while chlorine, the acceptor, becomes elect... Read More »

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How large is the electron orbital in hydrogen?

The size of the electron orbital in a hydrogen atom is determined by the Principal Quantum Number, n, which specifies the energy of the electron. If the electron is in the n=1 orbital, it is in the... Read More »

How many electron rings does hydrogen have?

An atom of the element hydrogen has only one ring of electrons orbiting its nucleus. The atom has only one electron and one proton and no neutrons. The atomic number of hydrogen is one, and its sym... Read More »

What would happen if you gave a sperm donor then got a sex change into a woman and took the sperm donor back and used it?

I guess you would have a child exactly like you! Maybe even twins! I don't actually think anyone has ever tried this but maybe sometime they will and then you can find out the answer. Hope my answe... Read More »

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