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E-mail address chelsie - 9/21/2009 7:50:51 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

london, england

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E-mail address Tinkaboo - 9/21/2009 6:14:12 PM

neon was discovered in?

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E-mail address Asia - 9/17/2009 9:25:29 PM

  E-mail address nichol - 4/16/2009 5:03:49 PM
  HOW MUCH NEON COST

$2

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E-mail address Asia - 9/17/2009 9:24:30 PM

  E-mail address al - 5/18/2009 9:01:15 PM
  how much does neon cost for anything?

$2

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E-mail address Keariel - 9/16/2009 5:27:05 PM

  E-mail address Keariel - 9/16/2009 5:27:05 PM
  GOT 2 GO BYE DA BELL JUZ RING

GOT 2 GO BYE DA BELL JUZ RING

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E-mail address asia - 9/16/2009 5:18:03 PM

  E-mail address nichol - 4/16/2009 5:03:49 PM
  HOW MUCH NEON COST

$2

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E-mail address Tion`a - 9/16/2009 5:15:56 PM

  neon - 9/14/2009 3:57:22 PM
  does neon have and odor

no it is colorless and oderless

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E-mail address Tion`a - 9/16/2009 5:15:19 PM

what are the #'s of protons electrons and neutrons in the gas neon? is it 10 10 20? or whatever hey asia!

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E-mail address asia - 9/16/2009 5:14:21 PM

what are the names of family members in neon?

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E-mail address asia - 9/16/2009 5:12:43 PM

what is the state of matter of neon?

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E-mail address asia - 9/16/2009 5:06:45 PM

how many protons does a neon have

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neon - 9/14/2009 3:57:22 PM

does neon have and odor

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anonymous - 9/11/2009 6:12:55 PM

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

well believe me 10 neutrons is right you have to subtract the atomic mass and the atomic number to get 10

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anonymous - 9/11/2009 6:09:42 PM

  ?? - 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

actually it was discovered by two guys Ramsay and Travers

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anonymous - 9/11/2009 6:07:34 PM

  kelsey - 6/5/2009 1:51:21 AM
  No. They were right. There ARE ten neutrons

Yeah there are ten neutrons you have to subtract the atomic number (10) and the atomic mass (20) and you'll get 10.

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anonymous - 9/11/2009 6:05:49 PM

  !!JeSSiKiNs!! - 10/17/2006 9:38:42 PM
  GRRR please tell me what family NEON belongs to. That would like so totally help me!! Thanxx

Neon belongs to the Noble Gas family.

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E-mail address neon girl - 9/2/2009 2:12:09 AM

i need to know this fast is neon a metal or nonmetal?

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E-mail address karvoc - 7/14/2009 2:08:14 AM

  jo - 2/22/2002 5:24:50 PM
  how much does neon cost?

Neon costs 300 quatoos.

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kelsey - 6/5/2009 1:51:21 AM

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

No. They were right. There ARE ten neutrons

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kelsey - 6/5/2009 1:49:15 AM

  E-mail address yomomma - 3/8/2009 5:05:59 PM
  I need to know what the "Normal Phase" is for neon ?

The normal phase is gas

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