Xenon is a noble gas.
Who I Am
Xenon, Xe ,
Abundance in the universe: Extended to the Martian atmosphere of about 0.08 ppm
When, how, and by whom it was discovered: William Ramsay and Morris Travers (chemist) on July 12, 1898. They found xenon in the residue left over from evaporating components of liquid air.
Origin of its name: Ramsay named it after the Greek word for stranger [xenos]
What it is found in today: the atmosphere, in contains one part of twenty million
What it is used for today: Car lights, powerful lamps, bubble chambers, flash bulbs used by photographers.
Where I Live
My address is 54 on the PT
Period #:5 & Group #:18 on the PT
My family name is Noble Gas
My Vital Statistics
Atomic #: 54
Average Atomic Mass: 131.293 amu
number of protons: 54, neutrons: 77, electrons: 54
number of stable isotopes: 9
My Close Up
My Physical Side
Colorless, odorless gas. Half a ton is obtained by liquid air every year.
My Chemical Side
My Movie Star Side 
My Tabloid Side 1. The brightness is so strong it could affect your sight 2. Because it’s used in strobe lights that shine like the sun
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