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kelsey - 6/5/2009 1:48:31 AM

  E-mail address Meg - 4/14/2009 11:31:30 PM
  I NEED a slogan for neon! Will anyone help me? :(

If neon is good enough to light up the north pole, its good enough to light up your advertisements!

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?? - 5/27/2009 9:58:37 PM

Here are some answers!\

* Neon is a nonmetal

* The physical state is gas

* The date it was dicovered was in 1898.

* Discovered by Sir William Ramey

* The uses is: lighting and Neon signs.

* It's obtained from liguid air.

* Neon is a noble gas

* Melting point is -2486 degrees C.

* Density at 293 ki

* Discovered by: Sir William Ramey.

* Crystal structure: cubic

* Number of proton, electron and neutorn is 10

* Name orign name is neos

* Maximum oxidation number is 0

* Number of isotopes: 3

* Heat of vaporization 0.3317

* Heat of fusion is 0.3317 kj/mol

* Number of engery levels: 2

* First energy level: 2

* second energy level: 8

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E-mail address duke - 5/20/2009 9:40:05 PM

i am doing a project and i need to know if neon is malleable or ductile or both? PLEASE HELP ME.
THANKS

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E-mail address al - 5/18/2009 9:01:15 PM

how much does neon cost for anything?

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E-mail address lil_dee14 - 5/18/2009 6:26:12 PM

  E-mail address Sweet*As*Honey - 12/8/2004 9:29:44 PM
  hey guys,
When was neon invented or discovered?Where can it be found? and how was it found?

neon wuz discovered in 1898 in London, England by William Ramsey and Morris Traver...ur welcome

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anonymous - 5/14/2009 3:46:15 PM

is neon expplosive

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E-mail address sell - 5/13/2009 5:43:52 AM

allotropes of neon?

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E-mail address bob - 4/23/2009 5:57:11 AM

  gigi - 10/15/2006 10:52:11 PM
  its natural state is i dont know :)

it was named by the greek word neos which meens new one

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E-mail address nichol - 4/16/2009 5:03:49 PM

HOW MUCH NEON COST

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E-mail address Meg - 4/14/2009 11:31:30 PM

I NEED a slogan for neon! Will anyone help me? :(

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E-mail address Meg - 4/14/2009 11:30:41 PM

  E-mail address Kaytee - 3/15/2009 11:26:35 PM
  protons-10
neutrons-10
electrons-10

Protons: 10
Electrons:10
Neutrons: 20

(The dude who sent in 10 neutrons is wrong. Believe me. I'm studying the periodic table in my science class right now.)

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E-mail address Meg - 4/14/2009 11:28:22 PM

Neon belongs to the Noble Gases Family.

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E-mail address Meg - 4/14/2009 11:27:20 PM

  E-mail address fbsdfbhsdfvbhsdi - 3/31/2009 8:09:10 PM
  learn how to spell. its electrons.

There are 10 electrons in the element NEON.

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E-mail address Meg - 4/14/2009 11:25:13 PM

I really need a slogan for the element neon! I'm doing a science report on neon and I need a catchy slogan for the cover! Please help me!

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E-mail address fbsdfbhsdfvbhsdi - 3/31/2009 8:09:10 PM

  Jessica - 5/9/2006 3:42:37 AM
  How many electros are in Neon

learn how to spell. its electrons.

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E-mail address kristen - 3/27/2009 2:50:12 AM

neon was discovered in 1898 by william ramsey

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E-mail address brianna - 3/20/2009 1:58:00 PM

what is a really good and interestin fact about neon?

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Elly - 3/16/2009 10:51:56 PM

go to www.sciencespot.net and go to kid zone then choose chemistry links and find your element
btw is neon $2 a gram or $2 a liter?

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random chick :] - 3/16/2009 7:21:03 PM

  E-mail address Sweet*As*Honey - 12/8/2004 9:29:44 PM
  hey guys,
When was neon invented or discovered?Where can it be found? and how was it found?

it was discoverd in 1898 by Sir William Ramsay
it could be found in lighting!
im no quite sure on how it was foundd...

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E-mail address Kaytee - 3/15/2009 11:26:35 PM

  E-mail address Luke - 3/10/2009 12:02:24 PM
  what is the number of protons and neutrons and electrons in neon?

protons-10
neutrons-10
electrons-10

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