KRYPTON Illustrated by Matt Garner

Symbol: Kr


Mass number: 83.789

Protons: 36

Electrons: 36

Neutrons: 47.789

It can be a liquid or solid and it is a nonmetal.

It was discovered in 1898 by William Ramsay, a Scottish chemist, and Morris Travers, an English chemist.

Krypton is used in some photographic flashes for high speed photograph.

Melting point: -157.36 °C

Boiling point: -153.22 °C

It's in the group of Noble Gases.


Created with images by fdecomite - "Krypton" • Science Activism - "036 Krypton - Periodic Table of Elements" • JD Hancock - "Nibbler vs. Krypto (306/365)" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "NASA's IMAGE Spacecraft View of Aurora Australis from Space" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "NASA Captures Biggest Solar Storm Since 2005 [video]" • Arenamontanus - "10 of Matter: Water symmetry" • Muffet - "juice 2" • ell brown - "Norwich Cathedral - The Cathedral of the Holy and Undivided Trinity - cathedral sign" • ionasnicolae - "nikon camera photography" • ** RCB ** - "tritium dreams"

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