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Krypton Element Science Project

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Isabella Smith

on 6 November 2012

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Transcript of Krypton Element Science Project

Krypton Project by Isabella Smith Krypton glowing because of a high voltage. Krypton being Used: Krypton is used in many different things. Krypton is used in lighting equipment such as the airport runway lights and energy saving fluorescent lights.

Krypton is also used in science to help scientists find out if any element formations have happened in interstellar space. Scientists have also used krypton powered lasers. Uses of Krypton November 3, 2012 Basic Facts:
Element Name: Krypton
Origin of Name: Greek word for hidden is kryptos
Atomic Number-36
Atomic Mass: 83.8
Phase of Matter: Gas
Cost of Element: $33 per 100g
Date of Discovery: Discovered in 1898 by William Ramsay and Morris Travers in London, England.
Mined, processed, or produced?: Krypton is produced by scientists in a lab. This is a
krypton powered
laser. Krypton in a controlled space being electrified. Krypton-The Physicals -Krypton is odorless and colorless.
-Although Krypton is extremely
nonreactive it can react to
-When turned to a solid, Krypton
is white and crystalline.
-Krypton is considered to be non-
toxic. Krypton-It's a Gas! Sources: http://www.chemicool.com/elements/krypton.html
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