Oxygen

Oxygen
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  • Professor, what ELEMENT will we be learning about today?
  • We will be learning about the ELEMENT Oxygen. Oxygen is a chemical ELEMENT with the symbol O and ATOMIC number 8.
  • Professor, does Oxygen form COMPOUNDS?
  • Great question! Oxygen readily forms COMPOUNDS with most ELEMENTS, the most familiar to us is water.
  • Professor, did you know that nearly half of all ATOMS in the earth are Oxygen ATOMS?
  • I sure did! Great job on your research! Did you also know that Oxygen can PHYSICALLY CHANGE from a gas to a liquid? It takes a temperature of -297.33 F, and then it can also PHYSICALLY CHANG from a liquid to a solid at -361.2 F.
  • Professor, is Oxygen REACTIVE?
  • Yes! Oxygen is a highly REACTIVE non-metallic.
  • Di-Oxygen is Oxygen's most stable form and it's MOLECULAR formula is o2.
  • Again, yes! Oxygen can CHEMICALLY CHANGES metals, like turning iron to rust. Great job learning today!! You now know a lot about Oxygen.
  • Professor, can Oxygen change chemically?
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