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???? - 3/16/2005 10:27:19 PM

  E-mail address cherry - 1/18/2005 3:15:33 AM
  How can i get some information on how to do a Elemets project

ask your teacher or some doing the same project

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E-mail address cherry - 1/18/2005 3:15:33 AM

How can i get some information on how to do a Elemets project

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E-mail address Jake - 1/11/2005 12:39:45 AM

hey im jake an 8th grade student at mechanicsburg middle school and i have a report due january 11. i need some real help.

thanks
peace-out

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E-mail address Jake - 1/11/2005 12:37:30 AM

  E-mail address Beth - 1/5/2005 10:30:32 PM
  Hey people i have a 8th grade report and a poster along with a presentation due January second and i really need some help fast plzzz email me or i may fail thanks for all of your help.
Beth

sup?
im jake and im in 8th grade doin a report right now too! heres some stuff.
When you hear oxygen what do you think of? You probably think of breathing right away. Although it is very important for breathing, there is a lot more to oxygen. Oxygen was discovered in1774 by Joseph Priestly. It forms almost 21% of atmosphere. It is used in steel making, welding, water purification, cement. It is also required for supporting life and combustion. Oxygen gas is colorless, odorless, and tasteless. The liquid and solid forms are a pale blue color and are strongly paramagnetic. Oxygen supports combustion, combines with most elements, and is a component of hundreds of thousands of organic compounds. Oxygen is of great importance in the chemical and the iron and steel industries. Oxygen is also used in medicine in the treatment of respiratory diseases and is mixed with other gases for respiration in submarines, high-flying aircraft, and spacecraft. Liquid oxygen is used as an oxidizer in the fuel systems of large rockets. Oxygen is extremely active chemically, forming compounds with almost all of the elements except the inert gases.

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E-mail address Beth - 1/5/2005 10:30:32 PM

Hey people i have a 8th grade report and a poster along with a presentation due January second and i really need some help fast plzzz email me or i may fail thanks for all of your help.
Beth

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E-mail address Nydia - 11/27/2004 5:58:59 AM

Hello people. I am writing to you, because I figured maybe you could help me with finding out GOOD INFORMATION about oxygen. Because, I am doing a project and it is due the second week of January. So if you can, please help me out. I would really appreciate it. Thank you. Nydia

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E-mail address Carey - 11/5/2004 6:50:19 PM

I'm doing a report on oxygen and I seem to be having a little trouble finding a GOOD website. Can you please help me?

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anonymous - 11/3/2004 2:42:59 AM

  E-mail address michelle - 11/16/2002 7:59:51 PM
  Hi! I need some information on Oxygen. I need to know how this element was name?

The element Oxygen's name comese from the greek words oxus(acid) and gennan(generate).

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E-mail address Jackie - 1/6/2004 2:18:18 AM

I am doing a report on Oxygen and I can't seem to find a good website to help me out. If you know of one please e-mail it to me. Also a question for my report is "Can this element be prossesed?" I cant find the answer to this question either! Thanks..

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nate - 12/12/2002 11:34:21 PM

  unknown - 11/26/2002 7:59:14 PM
  does anyone know any really good element sights for a school property?

You can go to www.webelemnts.com and get some good info from there

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unknown - 11/26/2002 8:00:19 PM

i mean project

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unknown - 11/26/2002 7:59:14 PM

does anyone know any really good element sights for a school property?

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E-mail address michelle - 11/16/2002 7:59:51 PM

Hi! I need some information on Oxygen. I need to know how this element was name?

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E-mail address Patrick - 3/19/2002 9:00:22 PM

H3O is water which has used oneof its loanpairs on the oxygen to attachto a proton ( or a + hydrogen ion-- found in water in small amounts, and it is the basis of what an acid is). They all combine to form H3O+. It has a positive charge.

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E-mail address Deb - 11/28/2001 5:14:36 PM

what is the energy shell or level of oxygen?

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E-mail address Tommy Theobald - 5/18/2001 12:20:01 AM

What is oxygen combined with silicon?

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E-mail address Brad - 3/13/2001 11:03:01 PM

H3O is water which has used one of its lone pairs on the oxygen to attach to a proton (or a + hydrogen ion-- found in water in small amounts, and is the basis of what an acid is). They all combine to form H30+. It has a positive charge.

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E-mail address mat - 11/17/2000 3:17:33 AM

how did Joseph Priestly discover oxygen?

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E-mail address tarin - 3/23/2000 5:36:43 PM

what are properties of period 2 elements?

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E-mail address Hilda - 2/27/2000 10:43:15 AM

What is H3O?

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