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Which of the following is not a place where hydrogen can be found on Earth? A. Mine B. Water C. Atmosphere D. Natural gas well
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User: Which of the following is not a place where hydrogen can be found on Earth? A. Mine B. Water C. Atmosphere D. Natural gas well

Weegy: Water is not a place where hydrogen can be found on Earth.
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Mine is not a place where hydrogen can be found on Earth.
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None of these choices seems correct. Water (H2O) is the most common source of hydrogen on Earth. Wherever there is breathable air (down a mine, in the atmosphere), there is hydrogen as a component of water vapor. Natural gas is normally methane, CH4.

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nstlynmyvnn, your source does not support your answer. In any case, I argue that a "mine" is something people have dug and in which they have to work, and therefore have to breathe, and therefore are breathing air, which contains hydrogen.
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