Learn about the noble gas, neon, and its uses.
- Neon is a colourless gas.
- When electricity is passed through neon, it produces a bright orange-red light.
- Neon is a noble gas and is inert, meaning it is highly unreactive.
Neon is best known as the element that gives neon lighting its name.
Usually, neon is a colourless gas.
But when electricity is passed through it, it produces a bright, orange-red glow.
Neon is one of the noble gases – the elements in Group 0 of the periodic table.
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