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Argon gas cannot react with most substances, and can extinguish a flame if it displaces enough of the oxygen around the burning material. Argon is used as an inert gas in electric arc welding to prevent oxygen from reacting with the heated materials, such as aluminum and titanium.
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Most common house hold light bulbs are really just evacuated to really low pressures and contain a tungsten filament. the reason being is that tungsten has high resistivity and low corrosive properties. they used to use carbon in the beginning. the reason for the vacuum is to prevent evaporation of the filament.ArgonUsually they are filled with an inert gas such as nitrogen and others are filled with a gas containing low pressure mercury vapour and argon, xenon, neon or krypton.An inert gas such as Argon
the most common inert gas in the atmosphere iS....ARGON...AND MOST common element in the earth's atmosphere is... NITROGEN...
The most common gas in the atmosphere would be Nitrogen (N2) 78.084%.
Of the truly inert (or Noble) gases, argon is the most abundant, making up close to 1% of air at the surface.
Although nitrogen, at 78% is the most abundant gas, and is generally inert, the gas classified as an "inert gas" (a noble gas) is argon, at less than 1% of the Earth's atmosphere.
Argon is the third most common gas in the Atmosphere, making up 0.934% of the atmosphere. On earth, Argon is only found in the atmosphere, because it is so inert it doesn't form compounds to inhabit the earth itself.
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Most do not. Argon is inert and comprises less than 1% of the atmosphere (third most abundant gas)
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Argon is the third most common gas in our atmosphere (behind nitrogen and oxygen), but, being a noble gas, it is inert and nonreactive. It is commonly used as an insulator in double-pained windows.
Argon is the 3rd most common gas in the Earth's atmosphere at about 0.93%
Yes, it is the third most common gas in the atmosphere.
The bonds between two atoms of nitrogen (78% of the atmosphere) in the N2 molecule make it inert for many purposes. However under high heat (lightning for example) it reacts with oxygen to form nitrogen compounds. Argon at 1% of the atmosphere is a noble gas and is inert under all atmospheric conditions.