Physics and Chemistry

Chemical Elements

Which chemical element is the most abundant in the universe?

Hydrogen (H, element 1) makes up about 75 percent of the mass of the universe. It is estimated that more than 90 percent of all atoms in the universe are hydrogen atoms. Most of the rest are helium (He, element 2) atoms.


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