My element is called Argon and the atomic number of Argon is 18.
Agron Sir William Ramsay(a scottish chemist) and Lord Rayleigh( an english chemist) discovered this element. It’s name comes from a greek word which means lazy. It’s odorless and colorless noble gas. It can be used to fill light bulbs which prevents oxygen from destroying the hot filament.I got the idea because of it's use which prevents oxygen from breaking the hot filament in a light bulb.First I had to brainstorm an idea which became this light bulb. Next I copied my final drawing on a 4 by 6 card, but I had to flip the paper over backwards, so when I apply the ink to the card it would print right when I lay it on a piece of paper. I would try to apply the right amount ink so I could get a clean print. Also the cracks are there because this was like my fifth print so my printing card was kind of ware down with each print.What I liked the most about this project is the fact that I got to make art in such a creative way and I just wish next time in didn't have to be about the periodic table. Overall though this was a really cool project, and I wouldn't mind at all if I had to do it again.