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neon red, orange, amber, pink,peach,salmon,green,aquamariene,turquois,sky blue,clear blue, 3500 white 4500white and 6500 white If you are talking about the element neon than the only color it comes in is a redish-orange. Even though some signs are called neon signs the only time they actually have neon in them is when they are redish-orange; they use other elements for the other colors.
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How did neon get its name?

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