In the aquarium were water, weed, sunfish, snails, and a neon fish.
Put neon on them
Neon does not react with oxygen and water.
No, Gold fish are cold water fish, and if they are put in a tropical aquarium they could die or get sick.
No. Neon does not react with anything.
neon is a water based object
No. It is not a direct fit.
There is no such thing as a 1989 Neon
Scientists have extracted the element neon from space and made into a "liquid neon" which they sell to neon glow stick factories, which is then put into the neon glow sticks.
dont put up a fight neon is bright
No, neon is a noble gas. All noble gases are very inert. Thus, neon does not react with water, or most substances for that matter.
neon is lighter, hence it will float
Neon is an inert gas. It is less dense than water.
Under normal conditions of temperature, nothing happens; water and neon do not react.
Neon is soluble in water. Neon is a gas that is colorless, odorless, and tasteless. After helium, neon is the second lightest noble gas.
No, the years have to match.
Yes. You can put a hitch on a Dodge Neon.
Neon tetras need around 78F to 82F.
Neon is a gas, it floats very well in water, as do all gases. It bubbles to the top.
Go to neon/window tint and put neon on and choose your color
None. Neon is a Noble Gas. It's found in the atmosphere.
Neon tetras are tropical water fish and they prefer to be in a water temperatures between 72 - 82 degrees Fahrenheit. Try to keep a steady temperature between 72 - 82 degrees Fahrenheit for best health as fluctuating temperatures can and will put additional stress on the fish. As a side note, be aware that neon tetras are a schooling fish and should be in groups of 5+ and should therefore be kept minimally in a 10 gallon aquarium (as they can get to 2" - 2.5" if you get jumbo neon tetra variety).