Neon

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Where is Neon found?

Neon is a rare gas that is naturally found in the Earth's atmosphere at 1 fraction in 65,000. It is a gas that is characterized by its reddish-orange color in a vacuum discharge tube as well as in neon lamps. Neon is the second-lightest noble gas.


What is Neon

the chemical element of atomic number 10, an inert gaseous element of the noble gas group. It is obtained by the distillation of liquid air and is used in fluorescent lamps and advertising signs.

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Introduction

Properties, Compounds, Reactivate, isotopes, and safety informaton

Reactions of neon: reactions of neon with air; water; halogens; acids; and bases.

Physical Properties: Phase: Gas, Density (0 °C, 101.325 kPa)0.9002 g/ Critical point: 44.4 K, 2.76 MPa

Chemical Properties: Water, Air, Acids

Isotopes:Neon possesses three stable isotopes, 20Ne, ²¹Ne, and ²²Ne. In addition, 16 radioactive isotopes have been discovered ranging from 16Ne to 34Ne, all short-lived. The longest-lived is 24Ne with a half-life of 3.38 minutes.

Safety info for neon compreesed: Neon possesses three stable isotopes, 20Ne, ²¹Ne, and ²²Ne. In addition, 16 radioactive isotopes have been discovered ranging from 16Ne to 34Ne, all short-lived. The longest-lived is 24Ne with a half-life of 3.38 minutes.

About Neon

Element Symbol: Ne

Atomic number: 10

Element name: Neon

Avg Atomic mass: 20.18