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 Where is the element radon found in nature?

Answer You can find radon all over the world, mostly in rock and soil, according to the World Health Organization. Sometimes, radon occurs in well water. You should have your home inspected for radon, bec... Read More »
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Where is the element argon found in nature?

Argon appears in the Earth's crust at about 4 parts per million, and in the atmosphere at a rate of about 0.93 percent, which is where it was discovered. Henry Cavendish, an English scientist, expe... Read More »
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Where is the element argon located in nature?

Argon occurs naturally in the Earth's atmosphere. The Earth's atmosphere is made of roughly 0.93 percent argon. Argon also occurs deep within the Earth's crust at around four parts per million.Refe... Read More »
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Where is radon found on Earth?

Eighty percent of radon found on Earth comes from soil, predominately the soil found in rocks close to the ground. Other sources of radon emission in the atmosphere include groundwater (well water)... Read More »
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Where is radon found in canada?

Radon is technically present almost everywhere in Canada, but the level of concentration varies. The more uranium in the ground below a building, the higher the level of radon. According to Health ... Read More »
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