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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxygen

At standard temperature and pressure, oxygen is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas with the molecular ...

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Learn more about properties of oxygen in the Boundless open textbook. ... to form dioxygen, a colorless, odorless, tasteless diatomic gas with the formula O 2.

www.elementalmatter.info/oxygen-properties.htm

Visit this site to learn about Oxygen Properties and Characteristics. ... substances, like Oxygen, exist as States of Matter as solids, liquids, gases and plasma.

www.rsc.org/periodic-table/element/8/oxygen

Element Oxygen (O), Group 16, Atomic Number 8, p-block, Mass 15.999. Sources , facts ... State at 20°C, Gas, Key isotopes, 16O. Electron ... Uses and properties ...

www.smc.edu/projects/28/Chemistry_10_Experiments/Ch10_Oxygen.pdf

The Properties of Oxygen Gas. Objectives. The objectives of this laboratory are: a ) To generate (and collect) oxygen gas via the decomposition of hydrogen ...

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Physical Properties for Oxygen. ... Oxygen. Formula, O2. Molecular Weight (lb/ mol), 32.00. Critical Temp. (°F), -181.8 ... Gas Density @ 70°F 1 atm (lb/ft3), 0.0828.

homepage.smc.edu/walker_muriel/properties_of_oxygen_gas.htm

a) To generate (and collect) oxygen gas via the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide. b) To investigate the properties of oxygen, particularly as an agent of ...

www.lenntech.com/periodic/elements/o.htm

Atomic number. 8. Atomic mass. 15.999 g.mol -1. Electronegativity according to Pauling. 3.5. Density. 1.429 kg/m3 at 20°C. Melting point. -219 °C. Boiling point.

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Nov 30, 2015 ... Free elemental oxygen occurs naturally as a gas in the form of diatomic molecules, O2 (g). Oxygen exhibits many unique physical properties.

www.dynamicscience.com.au/tester/solutions1/chemistry/gases.htm

Some common gases. Hydrogen, oxygen and carbon dioxide . Carbon dioxide is a very important gas. We use it in our cooking and in our soft drinks. Carbon ...