Xenon

Xenon (Xe) is one of six noble gases. It is sometimes used in lighting, such as special flashlight bulbs.

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How many core electrons in xenon?

19

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Can you use Skype with LG Xenon?

No you cannot.

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Can you put a Banner on a LG Xenon?

no

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What do you need xenon for?

Xenon has been used as a general anesthetic.

Xenon is finding application in treating brain injuries.

Xenon has been used to image the heart, lungs, and brain.

it's used to measure blood flow.

other applications in lasers, gas discharge lamps, spectroscopy, nuclear energy, etc..

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Boiling point of xenon?

165.03 K, −108.12 °C, −162.62 °F at 1atm(0 sea level air pressure)

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What is the normal phase for Xenon?

Xenon is an element in the 18th group of the periodic table, these elements are also known as the 'noble gases'.

At RTP (Room Temperature and Pressure) all of the elements in this group are Gas

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Why is it that guys do not text when they say they will Is it because they are Busy Shy have no phone credit unsure of what to write No phone signal Phone is stolen Lost the girl's no?

Guys aren't as interested in chit-chatting as women are. Women need coversation to feel important, men don't. Why are you waiting on his text? Men like a chase, keep yourself busy and let him find you. And remember, if he doesn't text when he say's he will, don't text him. Wait for him to get with you and (even though your pissed) act like you didn't even notice.

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Is Xenon hexafluoride a covalent or ionic compound?

Xenon hexafluoride is a covalent compound.

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Does the lg xenon come in sprint?

No, atleast not yet:)

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What does xenon gas do?

Applications of xenon:

- filling gas for different types of lamps

- isolator gas

- propeller in ionic spacecraft engines

- anaesthetic gas

- filling gas in lasers

- chemical studies of noble gas chemistry

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What type of bond in Solid xenon?

xenon is stable compound.......

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Is xenon corrosive?

No, in fact it hardly reacts with anything.

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How much does titanium cost per grams?

Cost, pure: $6.1 per 100g

Cost, bulk: $0.65 per 100g

and in pounds sterling

Cost, Pure: £3.87 per 100g

Cost, Bulk: £0.41 per 100g

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What is the Lewis dot diagram for HNC?

The N and C are bonded by triple bonds so essentially-- it would look like this

H

:N:::C and between the H and C there would be 2 dots

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What substance weighs more in its liquid form than its solid form?

None. Freezing will not change the mass of a substance. However, it might change the density of a substance, thus making something heavier or lighter for the same volume.

Water has a lower density when frozen (ice) than when it is liquid. Therefore the same volume of ice will weigh less than the same volume of liquid water.

Again, if you have a certain amount of anything and freeze it, the mass WILL NOT change!

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How much does neon cost per gram?

33 cents per a gram
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Is air lighter or heavier than carbon monoxide?

Any real-world consideration must take in to account the moisture in the air. Assuming 50% relative humidity at about 70 degrees F, the molecular weight of air would be about 28.01 which is almost exactly the same as the molecular weight of CO. In trying to figure out whether CO will rise to the ceiling or settle to the floor, the relative temperatures of the CO / Air would have to be considered. Information from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation indicates: "Most manufacturers specify where you should locate their CO detector. In general, the best place to put the detector is where you will hear it while sleeping. CO is roughly the same weight as air and distributes evenly throughout a room, so a detector can be placed at any height in any location, as long as its alarm can be heard. Additional units could be installed in several other locations around the home, such as a child's bedroom; check the list below before installing. To avoid both damage to the unit and to reduce false alarms, do not install CO detectors: * in unheated basements, attics or garages * in areas of high humidity * where they will be exposed to chemical solvents or cleaners, including hair spray, deodorant sprays, etc. * near vents, flues or chimneys * within 2 metres (6 ft.) of heating and cooking appliances * near forced-or unforced-air ventilation openings * within 2 metres (6 ft.) of corners or areas where natural air circulation is low * where they can be damaged, such as an outlet in a high traffic area * where directly exposed to the weather."

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How many orbitals are completely filled in xenon?

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Are xenon lights legal in UK?

only with car light washers.

With dirt the Xenon headlight becomes useless.

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Chemical formula for xenon trioxide?

Formula: XeO3

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How many atoms does Xenon have?

one

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How much does Xenon cost?

$120 for 100 grams

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What is the molecular geometry of Xenon Tetrafluoride?

square planar

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What is Lewis dot diagram of nitrogen gas?

The Lewis dot structure of a nitrogen atom would be the capitol letter N with the five valence electrons represented by two dots above it, one to the left right and bottom of it.

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. N .

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However, nitrogen gas is usually found in diatomic form as N2 and the Lewis diagram would look like this:

:N:::N: with each N getting to share three pairs of dots, representing the bonds.

In the corresponding molecular structural formula, N≡N, the two unbonded pairs of electrons are often left out.

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Why is xenon called stranger gas?

Probable because xenon was the last noble gas to be discovered: in the Greek language xenos is strange.

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