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Beth - 5/13/2004 6:48:52 PM

  E-mail address justine - 5/11/2004 1:27:32 AM
  im doing a project on neon and i need to know where it was discovered. so where was it discovered?
please tell me.
thanx

neon was discovered by Sir William Ramsey and Morris W. Travers. This discovery was made in London, England, in 1898.

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E-mail address justine - 5/11/2004 1:27:32 AM

im doing a project on neon and i need to know where it was discovered. so where was it discovered?
please tell me.
thanx

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aly - 5/8/2004 11:28:57 PM

  Sam - 4/29/2004 3:04:21 AM
  How much does neon cost?

it cost 2 bucks for a liter

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Sam - 4/29/2004 3:04:21 AM

How much does neon cost?

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E-mail address tany - 11/26/2003 1:03:10 AM

  jo - 2/22/2002 5:25:26 PM
  10 nutrons

hey do u know how many electrons

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E-mail address kellie - 4/22/2003 1:34:26 AM

hi, i'm doing a science project on the element Neon. i need information NEON GAS. e-mail me for info. thank-you!

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E-mail address Nessa - 3/23/2003 10:09:20 PM

Guys, I have a project on neon due TOMORROW, and I have no idea where to find this info. HELP!

NEON:
where is it mined? who was the ruler of that country when it was discovered? what world events were occuring while the person was discovering this element? What were the major world ventst hat occurred in the 30 yrs before and after the discovery? What happened to the discoverer in the 30 years after the discovery?

ANY help is very much appreciated. Please guys, it's urgent. Thanks.

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E-mail address Jo - 1/16/2003 2:20:02 AM

How much does neon cost?? please help!!

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E-mail address Tisha - 11/17/2002 5:38:13 AM

I have a project due Monday.I need to pass or I'm dead.HELP ME PLEASE!
What are neon's chemical and physical properties?

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E-mail address Tisha - 11/17/2002 5:35:06 AM

  E-mail address Danielle Butler - 12/12/2001 11:51:33 PM
  I have a project due friday and i dont know how many nuetrons are in the neon atom? If you know reply as fast as possible. Thank you.

I know that neon was discovered by Sir William Ramsay a Scottish chemist
and Morris M. Travers a British chemist.
Also in 1898.It was in London.Does that help?

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E-mail address Tisha - 11/17/2002 5:28:37 AM

I'm doing a project on the element
neon and I need as much research as
possible.Please help me!!!!

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E-mail address april - 11/1/2002 4:52:56 PM

where is neon located?

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Missy J. - 10/2/2002 4:13:42 AM

I have a project due soon on the element neon and I still need a lot of information on it. So if you know anything please respond as quickly as possible. Thanx.

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jo - 2/22/2002 5:26:18 PM

meon does not react and it is found in the air

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jo - 2/22/2002 5:25:26 PM

10 nutrons

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jo - 2/22/2002 5:24:50 PM

how much does neon cost?

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E-mail address Danielle Butler - 12/12/2001 11:51:33 PM

I have a project due friday and i dont know how many nuetrons are in the neon atom? If you know reply as fast as possible. Thank you.

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E-mail address riley - 11/29/2001 3:04:16 AM

  E-mail address jenny beall - 1/17/2001 2:29:32 AM
  I have a science project to do and ny element is neon. there is a lot of info I can't find. please reply if you know if neon is reactive, radioactive,flammable, ductile, explosive, abundant or rare and if it is a conductor of heat or electricity.Thanx!

flamable, reactive, radioactive,

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E-mail address riley - 11/29/2001 3:02:25 AM

How does Neon combine with other elements?
How is Neon mined or produced?

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E-mail address jenny beall - 1/17/2001 2:29:32 AM

I have a science project to do and ny element is neon. there is a lot of info I can't find. please reply if you know if neon is reactive, radioactive,flammable, ductile, explosive, abundant or rare and if it is a conductor of heat or electricity.Thanx!

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