And normal atmospheric pressure
The plural form "gasses" is generally considered an acceptable variant in English.
In modern English, the plural of gas is usually gases, and gasses is the simple-present verb. Gasses is a verb in the third-person present tense.
Am I remembering correctly that the word for hydrogen is like, water-giver, water-birther in origin? водо-род? And if I am, I'm now really curious to know what the etymology of кислород is?
These words are loan translation of Greek names. Oxys 'acid-tasting, ки́слый' + genos 'family, class, род' = oxygen = кислоро́д, same's true for hydrogen.
Oxygen was so named by Antoine Lavoisier because at the time they thought that oxygen was part of all acids, though this is actually not true.
So you're saying we should reverse hydrogen and oxygens name?
Start a petition. ))
кислород это окислитель
oxygen is an oxidizer
Looking for the "Uranus is full of gas" exercise. It must be here somewhere