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Helium brochure

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  • 1. Hazards Contact Info It drifts you away. By wintercool612 Helium Hazards 1818 Mulberry Lane Ninja Land, Taco Country If you or a loved one has inhaled helium please call: 1-800-HELIUM Inhalation = high voice, dizziness, dullness, headache, suffocation Contact with liquid = frostbite It makes balloons float. It is the second lightest element. Mainly comes from many natural gas fields in the U.S. It drifts you away. Inhaling helium is no laughing matter. DO NOT INHALE.
  • 2. Atomic Structure Details Element Facts & Properties More Properties # of Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons: 2 Classification: Noble Gases - An Inert Gas - Maximum Electrons in outer shell; makes it stable Atomic #: 2 # of Isotopes: 2 Discovered by Sir William Ramsay in 1895 Natural State: Gas Melting Point: -272.2 (26 atm) °C Boiling Point: - 268.9 °C Named after Helios the Greek Sun God because it was first found in the sun. Characteristics: Colorless, odorless, non-toxic, least soluble in water, dangerous (and funny) if inhaled Glows purple when put in a high electric field

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