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Element Project Neon (Michaela Gheorghiu)
Transcript of Element Project Neon (Michaela Gheorghiu)
Neon Thank You For Watching! How is it used? Physical Properties Chemical Properties Q: What family does neon belong on the periodic table?
A: Noble gas #18 Q: What is the origin of neon? Latin or Greek
A: Greek, Neon means "New one" Discovered in 1898 Q: How is the element neon used?
A: Neon lamps, voltage discharge tubes, and neon advertising signs. Abundances of the element in different environments.
In Universe 0.13%
In sun 0.1%
In earths crust 3x10 -7%
In oceans 1.2x10-8%
In humans N/A Neon 10 20.180 Color: Colorless gas Texture: No texture, Neon is apart of the atmosphere State of matter: Gas Boiling point: -410.895 Melting point: -415.462 Density: 1442 (5k) Conductivity Thermal: 0.05w M-1 K-1 Atomic mass/Weight: 20.18 & 20.1797 Q: Is neon a Highly reactive metal, a Less reactive metals, a Highly reactive non-metals, or almost completely non-reactive gas?
A: non-reactive gas Flammability: Nonflammable Naming of the Element Q: How did neon get its name?
A: 1898 Sir William Ramsay and Morris w. Traver. They took a sample of the atmosphere until it turned into a liquid, then warmed it and captured the gases before they were gone. Three gases were captured Krypton, Xenon, and Neon. Q: Was it named after someone or place?
A: Nope Neon Naming of the Element Q:Where neon was found? Earth? Air? Made in a lab?
A: In the air (atmosphere) Q: Why is neon important? A: Neon is important because neon is used in many advertising signs, fluorescent starter tubes, high voltage indicators,T.v. tubes, and lasers. Fun facts Websites http://www.rsc.org/periodic-table/element/10/neon?gclid=CKuOxZ2m_bYCFWJqMgodmBwAmg http://www.chem4kids.com/glossary/n.html http://www.c-f-c.com/specgas_products/neon.htm http://www.chem4kids.com/files/elements/010_speak.html http://elements4kids.wordpress.com/ http://www.chem.uoa.gr/chemicals/images/XeF2/XeF2_Travers.jpg http://chemeducator.org/sbibs/s0009006/spapers/960378gk_gifs/960378gk_image002.jpg Sir William Ramsay
Scottish Chemist Morris W. Travers
English Chemist Uses for the Neon
Element http://www.seacoastsigns.com/neon%20peace%20sign.JPG Neon Decoration Advertising signs T.V. Tubes Neon Lasers Neon is lighter than air! If you mix mercury with neon it will make BLUE Pass a electric charge through neon and it will glow RED Neon is the 2nd light noble gas Neon's crystal structure is cubic