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  • Neon is very rare on Earth. This element is a stub. Learn how you can help Wikiversity to expand it. (See other stubs here)
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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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  • 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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  • induced fragmentation as has produced 40Mg. Main sources: Chemicals/Neons and Neons   + 4.617 МeV 16O(α,γ)20Ne or , Q = 4.73 МeV 19F(p,γ )20Ne 19F(α,p)22Ne
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  • until they strike atoms of gas high in the atmosphere. Like a giant fluorescent neon lamp, the interaction with excited oxygen atoms generates a green
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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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  • 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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  • is the fourth state of matter, consisting of electrons, ions and neutral atoms, usually at temperatures above 104 degrees Kelvin. 5. When ionization
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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
    147 KB (17,060 words) - 14:50, 21 April 2016
  • Main sources: Chemicals/Neons and Neons There is a "bright yellow line of neon X [at] 5852.488 [Å, 585.2488 nm.]" Neon has two emission lines at 614
    113 KB (11,946 words) - 00:16, 20 April 2016
  • Gases (section Neons)
    fluorine (2) and chlorine (3) gases. Main sources: Chemicals/Neons and Neons Neon is a noble gas. Main sources: Chemicals/Chlorines and Chlorines
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  • on it's outer shell (while the 1st shell is full). By the time you get to Neon, the electron shells are completely full! Non-metals are found on the top-right
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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
    111 KB (12,292 words) - 01:59, 15 April 2016
  • 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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  • 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
    102 KB (4,011 words) - 03:00, 14 April 2016

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