2. Atomic hydrogen
3. Nascent hydrogen( newly born hydrogen)
4. Para and ortho-hydrogen
5.1 Ionic hydrides
5.2 Interstitial hydrides
5.3 Covalent hydrides
6. Uses of Dihydrogen
Quick question: Briefly explain how the atomic hydrogen oxy-hydrogen torch function for cutting and welding purposes?
Answer: Atomic hydrogen is mainly obtained by the dissociation of dihydrogen with the help of an electric arc. The huge amount of energy is released during the reaction, and it is used to generate a temperature of 4000K, which is ideal for welding and cutting metals. Hence, atomic hydrogen/oxy-hydrogen torches are used for these purposes.