How Many Electrons Does Hydrogen Have
How many electrons are there in hydrogen? 3
Only one electron per second
Electron energy level
Representation of the hydrogen atom causes the diameter to double from the circle of the Bohr model (non-scale example). The energy level of the ground state electron in the hydrogen atom is 13.6 eV, which is equivalent to about 92 nm ultraviolet pton. 
Hydrogen energy levels can be accurately calculated using the Bohr atomic model, which offers the idea of ordering electrons to protons towards the earth or the sun. However, electromagnetic forces attract electrons and protons to each other, while planets and celestial bodies attract each other by gravity. Due to the discretion of the angular momentum written by Bohr in early quantum mechanics, the electrons in Bohr's model can only occupy a certain allowable distance from protons and only certain energies are allowed. 
A more accurate description of the hydrogen atom comes from pure quantum mechanical experiments that use the Schrرdinger equation or the equivalent fanman path integral formula to calculate the potential density of electrons around a proton.
The most common form (H 1 1) has only one hydrogen, but it is also found in 2 other forms. H 1 2 (also called deuterium) has 2 electrons and H 1 3 (also called tritium) has 3 electrons. Both forms are hydrogen, hydrogen has more than one electron.
Hydrogen has one electron.