Its symbol:

The symbol for Oxygen on the periodic table is O.

Its atomic number

Oxygen’s atomic number is 8.

Its atomic weight

The atomic weight of oxygen is 15.9994

What color is it?

Oxygen is a colorless gas

What is its atomic configuration?

Oxygen has eight proton in the nucleus and 2 electron in the first orbital and 6 electrons in the second shell

When it was discovered?

Oxygen was discovered in 1772.

Who discovered it?

Carl Wilhem Scheele discovered Oxygen in 1772.

How did it get its name?

Oxygen got its name from”Principe Oxygene””Oxy” is from Greek, and means acid or sharp. “gen” is also from Greek it means origin. So Oxygen “the origin of acid.

What is its atomic configuration?

Oxygen’s atomic configuration, it is group 6,         it has 8 in the valence thing,so it is 2 in the first ring and 6 in the outer  ring.

Is it is a stable element or not? 

Oxygen is not a stable element.

What state of matter it is commonly found in?

Oxygen is commonly found in gas.

What the element is used for?

Oxygen is mostly used for life because we all need it to breath.

Where in the world is it found?

Oxygen is found all over the world.

What is Oxygen’s melting point?

Oxygen’s melting point is -218.4°C

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