Does one individual atom stay the same speed in a Neon gas?
No. A gas atom will most likely change its speed everytime it collides with another gas atom. The AVERAGE speed of an individual atom (or molecule, depending on the gas) depends on the temperature. This is not specific to neon; all gases tend to behave similarly.
They are alike in that they are both stable isotopes of neon (the other stable isotope is neon-21). These atoms have the same number of protons in the nucleus of the atom and the same number of electrons within the atom. Read More
No - but it has the same as a F- ion Read More
The nuclear charge of an atom is the total charge of all protons in the nucleus. This is the same as the atomic number so for a neon atom it is 10. Read More
A sodium atom has one more electron than a neon. if the sodium atom lost the electron, its highest occupied energy level would contain eightelectrons. Sodium would now have the same stable electron as a neon atom. Read More
The atomic number is the number of protons in an atom. The number of protons in an atom is what gives the atom its elemental identity. The number of neutrons can change resulting in different isotopes of the same element. The number of electrons can change, resulting in different valence states of the same element. If the number of protons changes, then an atom of neon is no longer neon. So the atomic number of… Read More
Have same electronic configuration. Example Sodium ion & Neon atom have isoelectronic configuration 2,8 Have same electronic configuration. Example Sodium ion & Neon atom have isoelectronic configuration 2,8 Read More
It has the same electron configuration as in a neon atom. Read More
A sodium atom has an electron configuration of 1s22s22p63s1 If the sodium atom becomes ionized its new electron configuration will be the same as which element?
neon! Read More
When th soduim atom loses an electron it becomes poisitive which makes it an ion. The new ion configuraion is now called sodium ion and its configuration is now the same as a neon atoms configuration Read More
because neon is a noble gas which has stable electronic configuration ,but this is not the same in case of fluorine.This means we have to give high energy to gaseous neon atom to ionise it. Read More
A neutral sodium must lose one electron in order for the resulting sodium ion to have the same electron configuration as an atom of the element neon. Read More
No. Think of it this way - say you had 20 basketballs and 20 bowling balls. Will the basketballs weigh the same as the bowling balls? No, because an individual basketball weighs less than a bowling ball, so if you have equal numbers of them, they aren't going to weigh the same. Now take 6.02 Ã— 1023 atoms (one mole) of neon and 6.02 Ã— 1023 atoms of aluminum. One atom of neon is going… Read More
In the compound sodium fluoride NaF thev sodium atom loses one electron and the fluorine atom gains one electron to form ions that have electrons configurations similar to?
neon only because sodium loses an electron an its outer shell becomes empty making its configuration the same as neon and fluorine gains an electron making its configuration the same as neon as well. Read More
The Fluoride ion, neon atom, and sodium ion all have the same electron configuration and known as ISO-ELECTRONIC ions. Read More
carbon because it has a greater mass. Read More
What happens to an atom of magnesium (Mg) when it forms an ionic bond in which it has the same electron configuration as the noble gas neon?
For Mg to acquire the same electron configuration as Neon, it must lose 2 of its valence electrons. It thus obtains a 2+ charge. The 2 electrons that it loses can go to an accepting atom, such as O, S, Cl, etc. to form an ionic bond, where the accepting atom has a negative charge. Read More
Kinetic energy depends (increases with) both speed and mass. Therefore, if two different atoms have the same kinetic energy, the lighter atom would need to have a greater speed, to compensate. Read More
What happens to an atom of fluorine F when it forms an ionic bond in which it has the same electron configuration as the noble gas neon?
It accepts one electron. Read More
The mass every individual atom is the same. all oxyegens are the same and so on and so on Read More
What happens to an atom of magnesium when it forms an ionic bond in which it has the same electron configuration as the noble gas neon?
study island answer- It gives up two electrons Read More
The female and male hamster can run at the same speed. The exact speed is individual to the specific animal. Read More
The Chrysler/Plymouth Neon is physically the same as the Dodge Neon, since Chrysler, Plymouth, and Dodge were all the same company when the Neon was released. Read More
Only if electrical neutrality is required. A sodium cation, for example, has the same number of electrons as a neon atom. Read More
Chlorine evaporates for exactly the same reason that any other substance evaporates. For any individual atom or molecule, if the random thermal motion of that particle takes it in the direction of the surface of the liquid, with sufficient speed to overcome the attraction that the liquid exerts, it will evaporate. Read More
Neon certainly is an element. Every atom in neon has the same number of protons in its nucleus, namely 10, and every other atom in the universe has either more or fewer protons in its nucleus, which is what it means to be an element. That is what it means to be an element; you have the same particular number of protons in every single atom . Like Helium, Argon, Krypton, Xenon, and Radon, Neon… Read More
An atom is an individual particle made of protons(positively charged particles), electrons(negatively charged particles) and neutrons(particles with no charge). The type of atom depends on the number of protons in the nucleus(the centre of the atom). An element is all atoms of the same type. Read More
Differences:- they have different atomic masses and numbers. meaning that they have a different amount of protons, neutrons, and electrons. Sodium ion is charged +ve Neon is neutral Sodium ion forms salts neon is a gas Similarities:- they have the same electronic configuration. Read More
Every individual atom is an isotope - it has a whole number of neutrons and a whole number of protons in its nucleus. The word isotope generally refers to a quantity of some material, where every atom in that portion has the same whole numbers as described above. Read More
why is neon so rare on earth Read More
No the velocities of the individual molecules follow a Normal Distribution. Read More
Neon and hydrogen are not in the same group in the periodic table. Perhaps you meant neon and helium, which are in the same group. ------------------------------------- And if you did mean Helium and not Hydrogen, then Helium and Neon are in the same group because the group they are in are all elements with "full" electron shells. Read More
yes because it is a noble gas the same as He(helium) Ar(argon) Kr(krypton) Xe(xeon) and Rn(radon) because they all have a fuller outer shell If you are wondering which of these exists as a single atom, LOOK SOMEWHERE ELSE! Read More
Yes the 95 motor will fit neons are the same thing from 95-99 so every thing will be ok but if you are switching from sohc to doch you mat have to change the harnes but i resently switched from a automatic to a 5 speed on my neon and the transmition was out of a 96 hope it goes good for ya Read More
The characterization of element for an atom or ion is determined solely by the number of protons in its nucleus, which remains the same in neutral atoms and in all ions of the element. Read More
Atomic number of a atom is same as the number of protons of the same atom Read More
an oxygen and a hydrogen atom do not weight the same Read More
flourine and neon are in the second period. Read More
elements are all, at their smallest, individual atoms. Any individual atom will have the same number of protons and most of the time the same number of electrons. Certain elements can have varying numbers of neutrons which can affect their atomic weight and make them different from other atoms of the same type. These are called Isotopes. Read More
False. The atom that has the same number of protons as it has electrons is a neutral atom. Read More
Mg2+ has 10 electrons. Neon also has 10 electrons. This means Mg2+ and Ne are isoelectronic (Mg doesn't migrate to Ne, the terminology is isoelectronic meaning having the same number of electrons) Read More
If same engine, yes. If same engine, yes. Read More
The nucleus is not the same as an atom. The nucleus is inside the atom. It contains the protons and neutrons. Read More
All signs which actually contain the element neon are about the same color. However, some signs which contain elements other than neon are sometimes referred to as 'neon' signs. In this case, the signs with different elements are different colors than true neon signs. Read More
1996 Neon 2.0L SOHC drives fine on highway for 30 miles then bucks like a mule new fuel filter Mostly between 65-80mph cruising speed what could it becam sensor?
Oxygen sensors. I had the same exact problem on my 95 neon. Read More
I believe that we call matter that can no longer be separated into unique parts an atom. You cannot get any smaller than an atom and still have a recognizable substance. We can separate molecules into individual atoms. Elements consist of the same type of atom (i.e. gold is an element because it consists entirely of the atoms with the same number of protons and neutrons). Read More
In an electron cloud, which a probability range circling around the atom. Due to the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, both an electron's location and speed can not be known at the same time. Therefore, a range is created. Read More
It has an atomic number of 10 Therefore, it has 10 protons and for Ne to be neutral (no charge) it must have the same number of electrons, 10 Read More