Hydrogen can be fused to form helium at

Hydrogen Can Be Fused To Form Helium At Chemistry Question

Hydrogen can be fused to form helium at


(a) high temperature and high pressure
(b) high temperature and low pressure
(c) low temperature and high pressure
(d) low temperature and low pressure

Correct Answer:

high temperature and high pressure


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Topics: Hydrogen and Redox Reactions (174)
Subject: Chemistry (2512)

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