List of Neon Isotopes and Examples of Enriched Neon Applications:

Neon-20 isotope (Ne-20 isotope, 20Ne isotope)

  • NEON-20 isotope is used for nan;

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Neon-21 isotope (Ne-21 isotope, 21Ne isotope)

  • NEON-21 isotope is used for nan;

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Neon-22 isotope (Ne-22 isotope, 22Ne isotope)

  • NEON-22 isotope is used for nan;

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Properties Of Neon Isotopes:

PropertyNEON-20NEON-21NEON-22
Neutron Number (N)101112
Atomic Number / Proton Number (Z)101010
Mass Number / Nucleon Number (A)202122
Natural Abundance (%)0.90480.00270.0925
Atomic Mass (Da)19.9924401820.993846721.9913851
Relative Isotopic Mass19.9924401820.993846721.9913851
Spin01.50
Quadrupole Moment00.1020
g-factor (g value)0-0.4411980
Half-life
Group181818
Period222
Electron Configuration Blockppp
Melting Point (K)484848
Boiling Point (K)27.127.127.1
Specific Heat1.0291.0291.029
Heat of Formation
Thermal Conductivity
Dipole Polarizability 2.66112.66112.6611
Electron Affinity (kJ/mole)
Electronegativity (Pauling scale)
Atomic Radius (pm)
Covalent Radius (pm)
VDW Radius (pm)160160160
Lattice Constant4.434.434.43
Crystal StructureFCCFCCFCC
Jmol color#b3e3f5#b3e3f5#b3e3f5

Neon Information

Colourless gaseous element of group 18 on the periodic table (noble gases). Neon occurs in the atmosphere, and comprises 0.0018% of the volume of the atmosphere. It has a distinct reddish glow when used in discharge tubes and neon based lamps. It forms almost no chemical compounds. Neon was discovered in 1898 by Sir William Ramsey and M.W. Travers.

Primarily for lighting.

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