How Did the Element Neon Get Its Name?


The element neon's name comes from the Greek word neos. This work means new. It was discovered by an English and Scottish chemist in 1898. You can find more information here:
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Between 24.56 K and 27.07 K the element neon is a liquid.
1. The periodic table provides information about neon atoms. Have the students look up the element neon on the periodic table. Neon is made up of 10 protons, 10 neutrons and 10 electrons
Neoon is obtained from atmospheric air by distillation at low temperature.
Some unstable ions as (NeAr) (NeH) (NeHe) are known; also the compound neon cyanocyclobutane at low temperature, a neon hydrate, etc.
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