If I were to connect a bettery to the two sides of a container that contain only hydrogen gas, and its not dense (it's pressure is one atmosphere), what would it's resistance over the length of the container be?
Depends on the container's dimensions. Specific resistance is often expressed in Ω cm, which means that a cube with 1 cm sides of a 1 Ω cm material will have a 1 Ω resistance between opposite sides.
At 1 atmosphere a gas is mostly empty space, with here and there a molecule. I don't think that hydrogen under those conditions will be much different from other gases (possible with the exception of noble gases). I expect a value of at least several 100 MΩ cm, probably a couple of GΩ cm.