What does argon feel like?
Argon is a Gas like air, probably wouldnt feel it unless it was moving & that would be pressure and friction.
The element Argon has 8 Isotopes argon-35, argon-36, argon-37, argon-38, argon-39, argon-40, argon-41 and argon-42. The stable isotopes of argon are: argon-36, 0.34% argon-38, 0.06% argon-40, 99.60% Of the radioactive isotopes argon-39 has the longest halflife at about 260 years, all the others have halflives measured in days or much less.
Argon can be used in bulbs much like neon can; where neon gives off a reddish-orange light, argon is a bluish tint. If argon is used in an incandescent bulb it's probably to protect the filament from oxygen in the air. However, I'm not sure this is ever actually done; I know nitrogen is sometimes used for this purpose, but using argon seems to be overkill.
It depends on how much argon gas and perfume you were exposed to and how strong it was. If it was very strong perfume and argon gas and you were exposed to too much of the mixture, your central nervous system will shut down and you will die. If it was just ordinary mild perfume and argon gas and your central nervous system was exposed to very little of the mixture then you will feel…