Hi Zz. I know that this is one of your specialties so here it is. I have a question that is bugging me. Using Bohr's Atom as a model for the Question. The difference in electrical conductivity between pure Gases Neon and Condensed pure Solid Neon (frozen), is there a difference in the conductivity between these two states of Neon? I am not sure if the 0 Conductivity in Neon is because it was measured as a gas or Liquid. (Periodic Table Referenced) and not measured as a solid (frozen). If there is a difference then what would the difference be in conductivity? Would the outer P6 Orbital in 2s'2'P6(Neon) be responsible for any difference in conductivity if the Neon is condensed to a pure solid? If there is a difference then I have something that I may want to post about condensed Electron multi pairing (besides Cooper Pairing) but only until you can confirm a difference in conductivity between states. I am sorry I don't have the Lab Equipment to test pure solid Neon's electrical conductivity.