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The chemistry expression "noble gas configuration" refers to the electron configuration of an element. The noble gas configuration for neon is denoted as 1s2 2s2 2p6. More »

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A condensed electron configuration is also known as noble gas notation because it uses the last noble gas of the row above the row containing the element being notated to shorten the electron notation for the element. Co... More »

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Neon was discovered by freezing the chemical element argon using liquefied air. The gas that vaporized from the mixture was subjected to a high voltage to obtain its spectral lines. The crimson light that the gas emitted... More »

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Neon is its own chemical element, not a compound of elements. Neon is an inert gas and part of the noble gases group in the periodic table. More »

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Silicon has an electron configuration of 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p2. Using the noble gas notation, the electron configuration of silicon can be denoted by Ne 3s2 3p2. More »

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To make an electron configuration list, first find the atomic number, then count up the number of electrons and list them in the appropriate energy level and orbital. The information to write an electron configuration is... More »

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The electron configuration of aluminum is 1s22s22p63s23p1, according to Mr. Kent's Chemistry Page. The noble gas configuration of this element is [Ne] 3s23p1. More »

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