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Neon

chemistry element project
by

Madeline Smithers

on 6 October 2012

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Transcript of Neon

photo (cc) Malte Sörensen @ flickr Maddie Smithers
period 3 Neon atomic number: 10
atomic weight: 20.1797 -group: 18
-family: noble gas
-colorless, odorless
-nonmetal boiling point:
-246.048°C
melting point:
-248.67°C
density:
0.89990 g/l 4th most abundant
element in the universe -at room temperature neon is a gas -plasma
is red Sir William Ramsey and
Morris M. Travers
discovered it in 1898 William Ramsey and Morris M. Travers Neon is used for
advertising signs and
to make high voltage indicators
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