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E-mail address Harrison Bass - 2/22/2007 7:40:35 AM

  E-mail address Olivia - 1/24/2007 5:54:07 PM
  I need to find out how to draw Xenon for a school report but Xenon is colourless. Please tell me if you have any ideas or suggestions.
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Draw a picture of the Atom. That would work

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E-mail address - - - - - - 1/28/2007 3:08:05 AM

I have to do a poster on xenon and I would like to do an expeiriment on it does anyone have any expeiriment ideas thanx

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E-mail address Jan Straka - 1/24/2007 9:40:24 PM

  E-mail address Olivia - 1/24/2007 5:54:07 PM
  I need to find out how to draw Xenon for a school report but Xenon is colourless. Please tell me if you have any ideas or suggestions.
Thanks

Well, try to draw a model of atom of xenon. Something like nucleus in the middle and particular number of electrons around...

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E-mail address Olivia - 1/24/2007 5:54:07 PM

I need to find out how to draw Xenon for a school report but Xenon is colourless. Please tell me if you have any ideas or suggestions.
Thanks

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mimi - 11/30/2006 1:30:17 AM

well u can all go to www.chimicalelements.com or www.chemicool.com

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E-mail address Jordan - 10/31/2006 10:43:06 PM

I need to know where Xenon comes from, what it does, what color of light makes, and other interesting facts about Xenon

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E-mail address anna - 10/4/2006 2:39:34 AM

  E-mail address Cricket - 9/24/2006 9:24:46 PM
  I think you guys need more information about xenon for like my school is doing a project on the table of elements and i can't find really anything! Thanks!

I so agre with that other kid about you all need more info about the elements b/c you dont have a lot.No you can not find anything on google.com. Well thanks anyway

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E-mail address Cricket - 9/24/2006 9:24:46 PM

I think you guys need more information about xenon for like my school is doing a project on the table of elements and i can't find really anything! Thanks!

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E-mail address Danny - 2/28/2006 12:49:54 AM

  E-mail address Danny - 2/28/2006 12:49:54 AM
  Look at Periodictable.com and search on google. It did all right until it brought me here. D-Boy out.

Look at Periodictable.com and search on google. It did all right until it brought me here. D-Boy out.

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tanya - 9/27/2005 3:28:49 AM

  E-mail address nichole - 10/4/2002 3:07:26 AM
  i need to know asap about how and whats xenon was named and named aftersome one and if so who or what was it i need to knoe this in fo a.s.a.p

xenon was found by sir williams ramsay and m.w.trvers.the word xenon meant (stranger).its was discovered in great britain in 1898.

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E-mail address christian macias - 2/15/2005 5:04:56 PM

  E-mail address wendy - 12/3/2004 6:07:04 AM
  hey im a student doin a project on Xenon can anyone help me find a web site wit info

hey i read yo message u can go 2 www.environmentatchemistry.com/yogi/periodic/xe.html

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wes - 2/8/2005 9:06:50 PM

how much is xenon worth

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E-mail address wendy - 12/3/2004 6:07:04 AM

hey im a student doin a project on Xenon can anyone help me find a web site wit info

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E-mail address riley - 11/9/2004 6:32:17 PM

What effects come from reacting Xenon and flourine?

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E-mail address Francisco - 10/26/2004 2:57:06 AM

this is a great site and it hope it can clearify some information to me.... i really need to know some information about xenon....I have some but some clearification would be nice thanks so very much...

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E-mail address Jessye - 10/5/2004 9:21:50 PM

i need to know the complete history of the elements Xenon and Iodine

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E-mail address nichole - 10/4/2002 3:07:26 AM

i need to know asap about how and whats xenon was named and named aftersome one and if so who or what was it i need to knoe this in fo a.s.a.p

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E-mail address kory kelley - 11/29/2001 2:08:25 AM

Why does xenon have an electronnegativity of 2.6 when it is a noble gas?

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coco - 1/9/2001 2:02:27 AM

  E-mail address shaina - 2/17/2000 11:38:49 PM
  Does anyone know the economic worth of one gram of the element xenon? Does anyone know where I could go to get that information?

I believe that it is 1 dollar but to be sure look at chemicalelements.com, chemicool.com, webelements.com, and thinkquest.org. Just a suggestion.

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E-mail address shaina - 2/17/2000 11:38:49 PM

Does anyone know the economic worth of one gram of the element xenon? Does anyone know where I could go to get that information?

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