The Discovery of the bright Light

The Discovery of the bright Light
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Chemistry Comic

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  • Let's go check it out!
  • What's with that sign? Why is it so bright?
  • I wonder who is at the door?
  • Hello! Will you tell us the story of that sign? Why is it so bright?
  • Why, Hello there!
  • My great uncles William Ramsey and Morris Travers discovered an unknown chemical back in 1898. The chemical is called neon and that's what the sign is made from.  
  • It is an element on the periodic table and it melts at -415.46 degrees F.
  • I know that neon weighs 20.1797 u -+ 0.0006u, the symbol is Ne, the column 0 row 2 and the number is 10 
  • Neon is in the noble gas family, it's usually found in the earth crust and comes from the Greek word "neos" meaning new. 
  • Why is neon so important?
  •  As you can see, neon lights up my sign and it gets brighter as it gets dark. Neon makes gases for divers to help them breathe underwater. 
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