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BC: chemistryexplained.2011.Advameg, Inc. 12 Oct. 2011 Jefferson Lab. 26 Sep. | Works Cited

FC: Element Krypton Edition

1: Table of Contents | Introduction.....2-3 Embarrassment.....4-7 Atomic Number.....8-9 Atomic Mas.....10-11 History.....12-13 Noble Gas.....14 Isotopes.....15 Krypton as a Compound.....16 Congratulations.....17 Glossary.....18 Works Cited.....19

2: So i hear you want to learn more about the element Krypton. Its a pretty interesting element but i must inform you that this isn't Superman's weakness.

3: They're actually two different things. The element Krypton is a gas in its pure form. While Kryptonite is shown as a crystal in the great movie Superman.. | I actually did an experiment with Krypton. It didn't work out well though...

4: So i hear Neutron is taking you on this science trip. What a loser! No girl will ever like him

5: J + C=


7: Hahahahahahah..... you didn't see that. I don't even know where that came from. haha haha haa..... awkward... I'm going to leave now.

8: The Atomic Number is the number of protons and electrons in the nucleus. The Atomic number for Krypton is 36. | +n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n++++++++++++++++++ | Atomic Nucleus

9: The Number of Neutrons is found by subtracting the atomic mass from the atomic number. And Krytpon has 18 neutrons.

10: Krypton is found in stars during the nucleosynthesis stage.

11: Krypton's abbreviation is Kr. The atomic mass number is 83.798. | +n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n+n++++++++++++++++++ | Atomic Nucleus

12: This element is mainly found in Neon lights. | Oh! Maybe I should tell you a little about Krypton's history.

13: So these two old guys found Krypton on May 30, 1898. | These old guys are Sir Williams Ramsay and Morris M. Travers.

14: Krypton is a noble gas so it doesn't have any ions.

15: An isotope of Krypton is Krypton-84 which is 57 % common.

16: Krypton Difluoride (KrF2) is a compound that includes Krypton.

17: You did it! You learned everything you need to know about the element Krypton! See ya next time!

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