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anonymous - 9/14/2007 10:19:14 PM

  E-mail address Chelsie - 5/9/2007 4:25:18 PM
  i have a question about it because i have a report due on wed. anyway...how did nitrogen get it's name? What is it's nautral state?

natural state: Gas at 298 K

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E-mail address shelby - 8/23/2007 4:56:49 PM

  E-mail address saika - 7/5/2007 9:25:36 PM
  can you please tell me what family nitrogen belongs to

Nitrogen belongs to the non-metal family and it's a gas.

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E-mail address saika - 7/5/2007 9:25:36 PM

can you please tell me what family nitrogen belongs to

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E-mail address Chelsie - 5/9/2007 4:25:18 PM

i have a question about it because i have a report due on wed. anyway...how did nitrogen get it's name? What is it's nautral state?

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anonymous - 5/6/2007 1:03:02 PM

wht is nitrogen used in

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E-mail address Josalin - 4/14/2007 8:18:47 PM

  E-mail address sally - 1/6/2007 3:36:40 AM
  ok people i need help! how was nitrogen discovered? please help ok !11

Nitrogen was discovered when Daniel removed oxygen and carbon dioxide from air and showed that the residual gas would not support combustion or living organisms.

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E-mail address Josalin - 4/14/2007 8:15:20 PM

Where was Nitrogen discovered??
please help me i need it before monday of april 16,2007

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E-mail address Katie Morgan - 4/13/2007 3:47:05 PM

Could you also send me thinks about nitrogen

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E-mail address Katie Morgan - 4/13/2007 3:46:15 PM

What Family does Nitrogen Belong to?

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E-mail address emma - 4/3/2007 9:42:21 PM

how did nitrogen get its name?! Ive been searching the net everywhere!

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E-mail address krystyan - 3/21/2007 12:36:42 AM

how did nitrogen get its name? What does nitrogen mean?

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Fate - 3/18/2007 8:07:07 AM

  E-mail address Ha Eun - 3/7/2007 12:13:45 AM
  Nitrogen belongs to the Nitrogen Family. Nitrogen is important because its in the air we breath. Nitrogen is the most abundant element in the Earth's atmosphere... I think thats all i know.

Nitrogen is the 5th most abundant element actually. And it can be used to make ice cream! :D

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E-mail address Ha Eun - 3/7/2007 12:13:45 AM

  E-mail address amanda - 3/5/2007 6:16:09 PM
  what family does Nitrogen belong to?
i need important uses,interesting facts,common compunds, ect. please&&thank you.

Nitrogen belongs to the Nitrogen Family. Nitrogen is important because its in the air we breath. Nitrogen is the most abundant element in the Earth's atmosphere... I think thats all i know.

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E-mail address amanda - 3/5/2007 6:16:09 PM

what family does Nitrogen belong to?
i need important uses,interesting facts,common compunds, ect. please&&thank you.

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E-mail address michelle - 3/3/2007 11:55:07 PM

How did the element nitrogen get its name?

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E-mail address matthew - 3/1/2007 9:06:54 PM

where did nitrogen com from

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E-mail address sasha - 2/27/2007 10:23:02 PM

i have a few questions on nitrogen:

1)how did it get its name?
2)is it synthetic or not?
3)what's is its boiling, melting, and freezinging points?
4)what is its family?{alkaline or nobel gas}
5)what are its physical and chemical properties?


this is for my project and i cant find the answeres NO WHERE!! well thanks

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E-mail address Taylor - 2/19/2007 7:09:22 PM

How did nitrogen get its name??? i need help for mmy homework! i can not find it anywhere on the internet!

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E-mail address tasha - 2/1/2007 2:29:27 AM

  E-mail address sally - 1/6/2007 3:36:40 AM
  ok people i need help! how was nitrogen discovered? please help ok !11

nitrogen was discovered in 1772 by Daniel Rutherford

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E-mail address sally - 1/6/2007 3:36:40 AM

ok people i need help! how was nitrogen discovered? please help ok !11

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