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  • Neon is very rare on Earth.
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  • Oxygen thus has attained the configuration of the noble gas neon and the hydrogen atoms have obtained the configuration of the noble gas helium. Covalent
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  • simplest atoms to consider are hydrogenic atoms, such as H and He+, because there are no interactions between electrons to complicate the problem. Atom I INTRODUCTION
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  • to solar prominences. Gold "nuclei (the positively charged part of the atom made of protons and neutrons) [are] sent speeding around [the Relativistic
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  • Alpha decay is the process by which the nucleus of an atom disintegrates with the emission of a 4He nucleus, commonly called an "alpha particle". It is
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  • consists of an extremely dilute (by terrestrial standards) mixture of ions, atoms, molecules, larger dust grains, cosmic rays, and (galactic) magnetic fields
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  • Antarctica is? 28. An argon-37 atom is converted by a neutrino by the charged current interaction from what atom? 29. A gallium detector design
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  • what chemical property? 6. Complete the text: 7. True or False, An atom of hydrogen bearing a negative electrical charge is an ion. 8. When plasma
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  • equal to what? 32. True or False, Airglow is the emission of light by atoms and molecules in the upper atmosphere after they are excited by X-ray radiation
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  • Gases (section Neons)
    characteristic of being a substance which expands freely to fill any space. Its atoms or molecules remain independent subject to temperature or pressure. Def
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  • Chemicals (section Neons)
    [Earth's] atmosphere. On examination of some photographs of the spectrum of neon I have identified six of the principal lines of helium, which thus establishes
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  • 92 nm from F II. There is a "bright yellow line of neon X [at] 5852.488 [Å, 585.2488 nm.]" Neon has two emission lines at 614.3 and 616.3 nm from Ne
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  • of a neutrino? 30. An argon-37 atom is converted by a neutrino by the charged current interaction from what atom? 31. True or False, O VI is a
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  • laboratory practically the entire auroral spectrum. In ... mixtures of neon and oxygen ... neon enhanced the line 5577 in the same manner as helium. ... From Plate
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  • or False, X-ray photons can be effectively backscattered by photosphere atoms and electrons. 36. Phenomena associated with the color index? 37
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  • or False, X-ray photons can be effectively backscattered by photosphere atoms and electrons. 36. Phenomena associated with the color index? 37
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  • give each atom an octet matching the closest noble gas. Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Fluorine all are drawn with a configuration of Neon. However, it
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  • Stars/Sciences (section Neon)
    oxygen, by equal amounts Werner (1991). In addition, a high abundance of neon [yields an] exotic surface chemistry (C = 49%, O = 49%, Ne = 2%, mass fractions)
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  • electromagnetic cascades? 100. Complete the text: 101. True or False, Neon has an emission line in the blue. 102. Which of the following are associated
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  • thought completely nonreactive. This group consists of the elements helium, neon, argon, krypton, and xenon. They all are colorless gases (nonmetals). If
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