|London—William Ramsay, Morris Travers elements|
One part in twenty million teased from liquid air by fractional distillation after nitrogen, after oxygen and argon, after krypton and neon, a foreign element, the strange one, a guest.
Atomic number 54
Xenon lasers photographic flash lights stroboscopic lamps and xenon arc lamps for film projectors Xenon gas as an anesthetic a cardioprotectant and a neuroprotectant
Xena’s brother Xenon is invincible. To overcome his dark past, Xenon shines his powerful light on romantic comedies and the exploits of other superheros.
There are no natural minerals containing krypton, neon, or xenon; however, kryton and xenon form chemical compounds with fluorine, as Linus Pauling had predicted.
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