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Noble GasesThe Noble Gases are the far right elements on the periodic table On the earth they are scarce so we dont see much of them They are do not react well with anything In fact until around the 50s they hadnt found anything that they would react with any of the gases But then someone found out that Fluorine one the of most reactive elements could form compounds with Xenon Later they found that it could react with most of the other nobles Helium is one of the more scarce nobles on earth but in the universe it makes up 25 of it Heliums presence was discovered by using spectral analysis to detect helium in the suns spectrum Helium is not found a lot on the earth because gravity cannot keep helium from escaping to space Helium is found mostly in stars where it goes through nuclear fusion with hydrogen Most Helium comes from natural gas taps in North America It is used in balloons and divers use it with oxygen to breath easier and to not get sick or dizzy Neon is an element that is lighter than air The element is found most common in the atmosphere of the earth It is also found in the earths crust It was discovered in 1898 by Sir Walter Ramsey and Morris W Travers Its uses include electric signslampsand lasers Argon is the most abundant and most used noble on earth It was discovered by Lord Rayleigh and by Sir Walter Ramsey in 1894 Argon makes up about 12 of the earths atmosphere It is found naturally in rock and in the air It is used for electric light bulbs and floursent tubes It is also used a lot in industry Krypton a very rare noble was discovered by Sir Walter Ramsey and by Morris W Travers Traces of it are found in natural gashot springs and volcanoes but most of it is in
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