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Argon gas is an element found on the periodic table in the noble gas group. It is element number 18, and it has an atomic mass of 40 grams per mole. More »

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Argon is an inert or noble gas with a freezing point of negative 189.2 degrees Celsius and a boiling point of negative 185.7 degrees Celsius. The density of argon is 1.7837 grams per liter. Argon does not form true chemi... More »

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Some uses for argon gas are for what are called "neon" lights, for a shield gas during welding and as an insulation between energy-efficient window panes. Argon gas is also used with nitrogen in light bulbs to save the f... More »

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