About 20% of the visible matter in the universe is pure Helium gas, but because it is so light and doesn't react chemically with anything, Helium gas escaped from Earth into space, when the solar system was young. So now Helium gas is quite rare here. Nonetheless Helium gas has multiple applications, from making balloons fly, to cooling things to extremely low temperatures with liquid helium. On the right picture is showed the ionized Helium gas. That is possible when the Helium gas is rarefied (or in low pressure atmosphere), using a high voltage transformer or simply using a Tesla Bulb for sale here.
Pure Helium gas element 2 sample in mini ampoule inside glass vial with label. Pure Helium gas ampoule for element collection.
This sample can not be lighted up or ionized. It is in standard pressure atmosphere.
High purity Helium gas in low pressure, it can be lighted up with a simple Tesla Bulb for sale here.
Helium gas ionized ampoule. Pure Helium gas ampoule for element collection.