Neon

Bryana Medberry Block 1 Due Thursday.

Information

  • Neon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas.
  • It is also chemically inactive. So far, it has been impossible to make neon react with any other element or compound.
  • It has three isotopes, neon-20, neon-21, and neon-22.
  • There are no compounds of neon.
  • Neon is found in the atmosphere. Also stars produce neon during the later stages of nuclear fusion.
  • FUN FACT: The first neon advertising sign was used by a Paris barber in 1912.

Story

There I was, just hanging in the air when I saw her. But I knew too well that we would and could, never work. My mom says it's because I'm not interactive. But I know for a fact that I'll never have that "chemistry" with anyone. No matter where I am, I won't bond with anyone. Maybe I just belong in the stars with nothing but space. Colorless, odorless, and tasteless space.

Facts:

I'd tell you a joke about noble gases, but they all argon!