Yes, but there are various limiting factors. Concentrations above 20% (by volume) may cause some end use appliances to perform differently than designed. Accommodating higher concentrations would require adjustments to end use burner tips. Hydrogen can also cause embrittlement in steel pipelines, so the acceptable level of hydrogen varies depending on the specific pipeline materials in use.
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