Nitrogen has 7 protons, neutrons, and electrons Nitrogen exists as a gas at room temperature. Nitrogen is made up of 99.6% Nitrogen-14 and 0.4% of Nitrogen-15.
Nitrogen's symbol, atomic mass, and atomic number: http://sciencenotes.org/nitrogen-facts/
Nitrogen makes up 78% of the air by volume and is obtained by the distillation of liquid air. Nitrogen is found in coal and other fossil fuels as well as in compounds in all living things. Interesting Fact: 45 million tons of Nitrogen are extracted from the air each year.
picture of coal: http://www.wyomingmining.org/minerals/coal/
Nitrogen is used to make fertilizers for plant life, nylons and dyes, and explosives like gunpowder, TNT, nitroglycerin, guncotton, nitrocellulose, picric acid, and ammonium nitrate.
Fun Fact: Nitrogen Gas plays a vital role in the making of Auroras which are the Northern Lights, natural displays of light that can be watched in the Arctic regions.
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