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Garrett Alford

WANTED FOR BLINDING AND VIOLENTLY BURNING

XENON-NOBLE GAS

ATOMIC # - 54 ATOMIC MASS - 131 PROTONS - 54 ELECTRONS - 54

NEUTRONS - 77

VALENCE ELECTRONS - 8 GROUP # - 18 ELEMENT- NON-METAL

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REACHING A HEAT OF 195 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT, IT VIOLENTLY BURNED MULTIPLE MEN, WOMEN, AND 2 CHILDREN. THEN PROCEEDED TO BLIND 7 MEN AND 3 CHILDREN. APPROACH WITH CAUTION IF EVER IN CONTACT WITH THIS ELEMENT. CREATED IN THE RESIDUE OF EVAPORATING COMPONENTS OF LIQUID AIR. TRAVELS ALONE, WITHOUT NEON OR KRYPTON. CAN BE FOUND INSIDE CAR LIGHTS, SOME HIGH VOLT FLASH LIGHTS, HIGH ARC LAMPS AND SPOTLIGHTS.

FACTS

GENERALLY NONREACTIVE, XENON CAN UNDERGO A FEW CHEMICAL REACTIONS SUCH AS THE FORMATION XENON HEXAFLUOROPLATINATE, THE FIRST NOBLE GAS COMPOUND TO BE SYNTHESIZED. IT IS THE MOST COMMON CHEMICAL REACTIONS (SUCH AS COMBUSTION, FOR EXAMPLE) BECAUSE THE OUTER VALENCE SHELL CONTAINS EIGHT ELECTRONS.
MELTING POINT: 161.4 [or -111.7 °C (-169.1 °F)] K
BOILING POINT: 165.1 [or -108 °C (-162 °F)] K
LIQUID RANGE: 3.7 K