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E-mail address Shala Sylvester - 2/15/2008 4:21:59 PM

need to see a model of the element randon

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anonymous - 11/19/2000 5:40:34 PM

  E-mail address Stacy - 11/6/2000 12:52:27 PM
  If I put any kind of chemical in Radon that ussually causes an effect on most other elements will the effect happen to Radon?

It depends on what element you put with it that it will react!

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E-mail address Stacy - 11/6/2000 12:52:27 PM

If I put any kind of chemical in Radon that ussually causes an effect on most other elements will the effect happen to Radon?

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E-mail address Stacy - 11/6/2000 12:48:18 PM

Is radon one of those elements that you can do anything to it but it will have no effect on it.

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E-mail address John Marks - 3/25/2000 12:51:19 PM

Niton, Nt, [from the Latin 'nitens' = 'shining']is the name given it by its discoverer, Ramsay, on account of its spontaneous luminescence.
'Radon' is short for 'radium emanation', Nt-222 and is thus merely an isotope of niton. Similarly thoron is Nt-220 and actinion is Nt-219. We do not refer to hydrogen as 'protium'.

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E-mail address Trinity - 12/18/1999 8:47:43 PM

I need to know the crystal structure of randon and the uses. Thankyou

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