Xenon (ZEE-non)

In the year 1898, William Ramsay and Morris Travers discovered the element Xenon in London, England. They discovered the element using the study of liquefied air. Xenon was stumbled upon shortly after neon and krypton was found.

Although Xenon as a whole is not toxic, its compounds are.
0.0000087% of Earth's atmosphere is Xenon.
When excited electrically, Xenon creates a bright white light.
Xenon is used in medicine such as general anesthetic and medical imaging.
There is no color or smell in Xenon.
Xenon's origin is Greek. It means "stranger".

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