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Hello, I am by far not very firmiliar with physics nor engineering. I had an idea a couple years ago involving the replacement of the propane in hot air balloons with hydrogen gas as the fuel to burned to provide the heat to lift the balloon. One thing I didn't realize back then was that hydrogen releases water vapor when burned. Would the amount of water vapor released in combination with the interior temperature of the balloon cause any sort of accelerated deterioration on the nylon or would the effects be minute?