Chapter19.June02 - Chapter 19 Group 8A The Noble Gases The...

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Chapter 19 Group 8A: The Noble Gases The sections and subsections of this chapter are listed below. 19.1 Discovery and Isolation of the Elements Argon Helium Krypton, Neon, and Xenon Radon 19.2 Fundamental Properties and the Network 19.3 Compounds of Noble Gases History Fluorides Structures Other Compounds 19.4 Physical Properties and Elements of Practical Importance 19.5 Selected Topic in Depth: Radon as a Carcinogen Chapter 19 Objectives You should be able to briefly relate how and by whom the noble gases were discovered outline the general manner in which the periodic law is applicable to this group briefly relate how Bartlett came to prepare the first compound of xenon discuss the preparations, properties and structures of some representative fluorides and oxides of xenon give several examples of compounds of the noble gases other than xenon list a few representative uses of the noble gases relate and discuss the discovery and mechanism of radon as a major environmental health problem 128
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