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Name of element
Nickname of element (Symbol)
Birth date (date of discovery)
Race (type of element)
Birth weight (atomic mass)
Birth height (atomic number),
Family Name (family or group)
Obstetrician (Discoverer)
Place of birth (country of discovery)
Gender (state of matter at room temperature.)
Personality (emotions: boiling point, density and melting point)
DNA (Chemical Properties: does it react with acid, etc)
Picture of element (Construct a Bohr Model of Element)
Family Portrait (Bohr Model of all elements in this atomic family),
Brothers and Sisters (Names of all family members from the periodic table)
Career of element (what their element will become when it grows up) and Pictures of career (pictures of products that use/ are made of your element)\



Argon

Name of element: Argon
Nickname of element (symbol): Ar
Birth date (Date of discovery): 1894
Race (type of element): Inert gas
Birth weight (Atomic mass): 39.948 amu
Birth height (Atomic Number): 18
Family Name (group): Noble earth metals and gasses

Obstetrician (discoverer): Sir William Ramsey and Baron Rayleigh
Place of birth (Country of discovery): Scotland
Gender (Emotions: boiling point, density and melting point):
Gas at room temperature:
Personality: Melting Point: -189.3 °C - 83.85 °K
Boiling Point: -186.0 °C - 87.15 °K
Density: 1.40 g·cm
DNA: (Chemical Properties: does it react with acid, etc.)
Argon does not react with the filament in a light bulb even under high temperatures.
Picture of element:(Bohr Model of all elements in this atomic family),
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Brothers and Sisters (Names of all family members from the periodic table):
Argon is in the same family as helium and neon.
Career of element:
Argon is particularly important for the metal industry, being used as an inert gas shield in cutting. Others use it to include non-reactive blanket in the manufacture of titanium and other reactive elements and as a protective atmosphere for growing silicon and germanium crystals. Argon-39 has been used for a number of applications, mostly y ice coring. It has also been used for ground water dating. Argon is also used in technical SCUBA diving to inflate the dry suit, due to its nonreactive, heat isolating effect.

Pictures of career:
Products that use argon:
Argon_electronics.jpg Argon_gloves.jpg

(Pictures of products that use/ are made of your element)

Argon_mens_lacoste.jpgBohr model of Argon


Argon_Bohr.jpg

Argon.jpg

the song - as you can see there are 18 of each , neutrons,protons, electrons