The symbol for Neon is Ne. Neon has an atomic number of 10 and an atomic mass of 20.
There is 10 protons, 10 neutrons, and 10 electrons. Neon is a gas.
Neon was discovered by William Ramsey and Morris W. Travers in 1898 in London.
Neon is used as medical isotope.
Ne has a density of 0.0009 g/cm³. Neon is colorless. Neon glows when a high electrical voltage is passed through it.
Noble gases react very unwillingly, because the outermost shell of electrons orbiting the nucleus is full, giving these gases no incentive to swap electrons with other elements. Neon is odorless and colorless. Neon gets its name from the Greek word "neos," meaning "new."