In the early 16th century, a gas was artificially produced by the reaction of acids on metals. In the late 1700s, Henry Cavendish first recognized that this gas was a discrete substance and that it produces water when burned. It was named hydrogen, Greek for “water-former.”. Ref: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrogen

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