I am a very simple person. I tend to try to break things down to their simplest form. Having said all of that, when I visualize Hydrogen, Oxygen, and Brown's gas I see hydrogen being smaller because of it's atomic weight, and Oxygen being 16 times larger,then water being 18 times larger than Hydrogen,etc. Am I thinking correctly???
Can anyone possibly "size" hydrogen or please set me straight on this. I have an unbeleiveable amount of respect for a lot of the posters here. I am certain someone can answer my question if I can word it understandably. Quite often I know what I am thinking but don't always manage to articulate it properly.