Do plants release Hydrogen?

no1electronics no1electronics at no1electronics.homechoice.co.uk
Mon Jan 22 19:26:44 EST 2001


Plants do not release hydrogen; it is carbon dioxide at night unless you
shine a small light on them when oxygen is produced.
 Some bacteria produce hydrogen, but this is usually impure and the
impurities smell awful, so you would soon know about it and get rid of them,
 Regards From Tony Bassett   no1 at lightnet.co.uk

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"Muneer Ilyas" <ic0bkxy00 at ic24.net> wrote in message
news:36nK5.9068$wH2.33848 at news2-hme0...
> Do plants release Hydrogen?
>
> I'm asking because my mom says she will not allow me to keep my plant in
my
> room at night because she says it releases hydrogen and it is bad for you.
>
> Thanks for any help.
>
> -Muns
>
>







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