How many known Isotopes? 36
Atomic Number and Mass
Atomic number: 36
Atomic Mass: 80
Morris Travers and William Ramsay
Is a gas with no color or smell
The boiling point is -157.36%
Used with Argon as a low pressured filling gas for fluorescent lights.
Used in some photographic flash 1 amps for high school photography, lamps, UV-laser spectral line used for international measurement of a metre.
Uses for Krypton-80
Is one of the rarest gases in Earth's atmosphere. It makes up just 1 part per million by volume.
It is extracted by dissolution of air that has been cooled until it is a liquid.
Alpha: 4/2 He
Beta: 0/-1 B
Gamma: 0/0 Y