Xenon is found as a gas
Because Xenon is a gas and gases are found uncombined in nature, Xenon is found uncombined.ct
Xenon was found in England.
Xenon can be found everywhere in the atmosphere.
xenon is not found in humans
Xenon is found in the atmosphere in approximately one part out of 20 million
Xenon is found in the Earth's atmosphere and it is extracted from liquified air.
It was found in London.
argon and xenon are the rare gas
Xenon is a very rare element. It can be found, in traces, in the atmosphere. It is also found, bonded to oxygen, in quartz.
No. Traces of Xenon are also found in covalent boded form with oxygen, in quartz.
Xenon is in Group 18, the "inert" elements.
It is mostly found in the atmosphere.
Xenon is found in bright fluorescent lights. Xenon is a liquid.
It was a liquid.
Xenon can be found in the atmosphere. It is found as a mixture along with other noble gases, oxygen and other gases.
None of the isotopes of xenon ordinarily found in nature is radioactive. Like all elements, xenon has synthetic radioactive isotopes.
It is a gas.
no one knows
Xenon is an element. It is mostly found in atomic form but can exist as a diatomic molecule.
It is supposede to be found in glaciers and creveces it is not found in the atmosphere.
it is naturally found
No. Xenon is chemically inert. Hence it does not combine with other elements and is not found in food materials.