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6 Frequently Asked Questions About Neon

Post  bejoy on Thu Jul 06, 2017 6:05 am

Neon was found by freezing the chemical element argon utilizing liquefied air. The gas that vaporized from the blend was subjected to a high voltage to acquire its spectral lines.Firstly, Neon is an inert gas & it's a part of the noble gasses group in periodic table. Neon is a colourless gas; it has no odour or taste and weighs not as much as air. Neon is found in less quantity, & is found inside the stones of Earth's crust and also in the planet's atmosphere. Neon ends up turning liquid at a temperature of -246.048 degrees Celsius and freezes at 2.5 degrees below that temperature. Neon gas produces a bright light with an orange-red tint under low pressure & electrical current.
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