Its symbol:

The symbol for Neon on the periodic table is Ne.                                                          

Its atomic number:

Neon’s atomic number is 10, it is the tenth element on the periodic table.
                                                                                        

Its atomic weight:

The atomic weight of neon is 20.1797.

What color it is?

Neon is a colorless gas.

What is its atomic configuration?

Neon has ten proton in the nucleus and ten electron in the first orbital. It also has ten neutrons.

When it was discovered?

Neon was discovered in 1898.

Who discovered it?

It was discover by Sir William Ramsay and Morris w. Traver in 1898.

How did it get its name?

Neon is a greek word (neon meaning “New One”). It was discovered in 1898 by  scittusg chemist William Ramsay (1852-1916) and English Chemist Morris W.Travers  in London

Is it is a stable element or not?

Neon is a stable element.

What state of matter it is commonly found in?

The state of matter it is found in the atmosphere, it is rare on Earth.

What the element is used for?

Neon is used for-voltage neon glow lamps or in high-voltage discharge tubes or advertising neon signs.

Where in the world it is found?

 Neon is a very common element in the universe and solar system.The reason for neon’s relative scarcity on Earth and the inner (terrestrial) planets, is that neon forms no compounds to fix it to solids, and is highly volatile, therefore escaping from solid objects under the warmth of the newly-ignited Sun in the early Solar System. 

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