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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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