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Transcript of Krypton

Krypton The origin of Krypton's name comes from the Greek word "hidden" Chemical symbol: Kr
atomic mass: 83.798
atomic number: 36
number of valence electrons: 8
Krypton is found on the right hand side of the Periodic Table of Elements as it is a non-metallic element. Krypton is found
Earth's atmosphere
naturally. There is about
0.0001% of Krypton gas found in
the air. Krypton is used in high speed cameras as a photographic flash. Krypton can also be mixed with Argon for fluorescent lighting.
The properties that make Krypton useable by people is it's ability to make colored light. COMPOUNDS OF KRYPTON
Krypton Difluoride
(naturally occuring)
(naturally occuring)
(naturally occuring)
(naturally occuring)

The element, Krypton, was discovered on May 30, 1898 by Sir William Ramsay and Morris Travers. They noticed Krypton after the rest of the air around it boiled away. INTERESTING FACT
For 100 grams of Krypton, it will cost between $33-$39
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