noble gas

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In this paper, special focus was placed on the Lennard-Jones (12-6) intermolecular potential for the computations of noble gas properties, even though more accurate potentials exist.
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In 1900, the German chemist Friedrich Ernst Dorn discovered radon, the densest and only radioactive noble gas. Study of the atomic decay of radon and its many "daughter" isotopes greatly broadened the early understanding of radioactivity.
Compounds such as xenon fluoroplatinate are therefore now referred to as noble gas compounds.
For the research, Dygert and his team looked into the distribution of two very specific noble gas isotopes: Helium-3 and Neon-22.
Using the spacecraft's measurements, Bruce Jakosky (University of Colorado, Boulder) and colleagues determined the abundances of the noble gas argon-36 and of the heavier isotope argon-38.
Which odourless noble gas is also one of Bob Geldof's middle names?
Their topics include the early days of metallofullerene research, the crystallographic study of the endohedral metallofullerenes, new developments and challenges in metal nitride clusterfullerenes, metal carbide clusterfullerenes, nitrogen atom-based endohedral fullerenes and potential applications, noble gas fullerenes, electrochemical properties of endohedral metallofullerenes, biomedical applications of trimetallic nitride endohedral metallofullerenes, and a higher LUMO (lowest unoccupied molecular orbital) level endohedral fullerene and fullerene bisadduct acceptors for polymer solar cells.
The group also found inversely correlated oxygen and C[O.sub.2] levels as well as noble gas signatures consistent with surface-generated gas.
Topics of the 22 papers include noble gas diffusion in silicate glasses and melts, oxygen and hydrogen diffusion in minerals, cation diffusion kinetics in aluminosilicate garnets, and diffusion coefficients in olivine, wadsleyite, and ringwoodite.
Specifically, the company has been charged with developing a Liquefied Noble gas detector (in collaboration with Yale University), a threshold activation detector, a human portable system and an aircraft inspection solution.
noble gas station at Yellowknife, Canada, registered a higher
This element is between tellurium and the noble gas xenon.
Second, polarization of the rubidium atoms is transferred to the noble gas nuclei via hyperfine interactions during atomic collisions.