(1) For visible-light applications using halogen or xenon lamps, an aluminum-silicon-oxide coating is also available.(2) The presence of xenon in such lamps results in a very bright, sun-like light used in photographic flash units, strobe lights, and airport runway lights.(3) We've also lost other gases like nitrogen, xenon , krypton - they've all been lost from the atmosphere.(4) A cathode emits a stream of electrons that collides with neutral atoms of xenon , a gaseous element, in a chamber.(5) We're using our big laser system to study the detailed atomic physics of xenon with other alkalis besides rubidium, such as cesium and potassium.(6) A plasma monitor often consists of two panels, which are filled with an inert gas, such as xenon or neon.(7) In the early 1960s, a number of chemists found ways of making compounds of some noble gases, including radon, xenon , and krypton.(8) A Lo255 Oriel xenon lamp was employed as detecting light source.(9) He estimates future conversion efficiencies of several percent with tin, whereas xenon has a 1% limit.(10) Plus, xenon happens to be a noble gas, which means it won't corrode or otherwise interact chemically with anything.(11) Along with helium, neon, argon, krypton, and xenon , it is classed as an inert gas within group 0 of the periodic table.(12) As the Earth rotates, these orientations change and the small difference between the helium and xenon frequencies would therefore change with time.(13) All are present in the gas as the monatomic elements and argon, krypton, and xenon undergo condensation to either ices or clathrate hydrates at sufficiently low temperatures.(14) It doesn't matter what the club is made of - wood, steel, graphite, titanium, xenon , ytterbium or zirconium.(15) It consists of a tube filled with xenon gas, with electrodes on either end and a metal trigger plate at the middle of the tube.(16) In the same year, Ramsay and Travers discovered two other noble gases, xenon and neon.