Is a hydrogen free radical just a hydrogen atom?

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Hey,
probably a stupid question but I can't seem to find an answer anywhere.
Is a hydrogen free radical just a single hydrogen atom? A hydrogen atom has an unpaired electron bound right?
Thanks in advance
 

mathman

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Yes. Did you try Google? It has many references giving this answer.
 

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