Hydrogen is the most common element in the Universe. Even ourselves, being made of about 70% of water, itself consisting of 66% hydrogen (!?), we are basically hydrogen. It is therefore an important object to understand in some details.

We cover Hydrogen in the Wolverhampton Lectures on Physics at Level 4 first through the Bohr model of the atom (old quantum theory) and then as a solution of Schrödinger's equation (modern theory). Then at Level 6 in Electrodynamics to study relativistic and quantum-field corrections.