Bromine

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Chemical Elements

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Bromine

1. Bromine is found naturally in Earth's crust and in seawater2. Bromine's abundance in Earth's crust is about 0.0003%3. Bromine's abundance in the universe is about 7 PPB (parts per billion)4. Bromine is fouid in small amounts as Brominde in the human body

FACTS1. Density is 3.11 g/cm^32. Melting point is 265.95K3. Boiling point is 331.96K4. Bromine's atomic number is 355. Bromine's atomic mass is 79.9046. Bromine has 2 stable isotopes7. Mass number 79 is about 50.96% of all Bromine 8. Mass number 81 is about 49.31% of all Bromine9. Bromine can be very harmful to the human body as it irritates skin, mucous membranes, and tissues210. Bromine is a liquid nonmetal and also an insulator12. Bromine is a member of the Halogen family or group number 1713. Other than mercury, it is the only element that is a liquid at room temperature

Bromine

.1. Antoine Balard was the first person to publish work on Bromine around2. Balard found Bromine by treating the ashes of seaweed with chlorine3. He did this in 1826 in Montpellier, France 3. He named the element Bromine after the latin name "Bromos"

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Uses1. Bromine is used as a flame reatrdent. 2. Bromine is also used in insectocides.3. Silver Bromide is used in film photography 4. orgonobromides are used in halon fire extinguishers.

1. Bromine was a component of World War 1 posion gas2. The U.S. and Israel are the largest producers of Bromine3. Most of the Bromine that comes from Israel comes from the Dead Sea4. Bromine reacts violently with many substances such as aluminium

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