No, hydrogen produces water (H2O) when it burns.
it helps to avoid pollution
no it does not
Hydrogen can be used as fuel in carsbecause it don't cause any pollution
The only product of the combustion of hydrogen is water vapor.
Hydrogen is the simplest element in the universe. Combining hydrogen and oxygen in a fuel cell would produce energy without pollution.
cause acid rain
The direct pollution of a hydrogen-powered car is just water vapor, which is very clean. However, the TOTAL pollution of a hydrogen-powered car is higher than a fossil-fuel powered car. Pure hydrogen is difficult to obtain here on Earth. You need to make the hydrogen by breaking down other compounds that contain hydrogen, and that often takes a lot of either electric energy or natural gas. The electricity needed to break down water into hydrogen and oxygen generally comes from coal or natural gas, both fossil fuels. So, hydrogen cars or electric cars are just a way of sending the pollution someplace else, not eliminating it completely.
well its cause they didn't produce it
It effects them because when the hydrogen bonds form the pollution will also go into the formation too.