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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 VHEMES vhemes = visual + themesstart by dragging a predesigned vheme onto the canvas OBJECTS drag and drop icons,shapes, text or upload your own from our extensive library of artwork your artboard start from scratch[clears the canvas] double click on textto edit or change TEXT Bromine Location Symbol: Br Atomic Number:35Average Atomic Mass:79.904 Period-4 Group-17 Halogen Family Isotopes 2 Naturally Occurring Isotopes:Bromine-79 & Bromine-81Other radioactive Isotopesinclude Bromine with a mass of 67 to 98 Common Uses Flame Retardant drilling fluids pesticides rubber additive photographic chemicals Physical Properties Liquid at Room TemperatureDeep reddish-brown in color Boils at 58.8°C (137.8°F), Density-3.1023 grams per cubic centimeter Freezes at -7.3°C (18.9°F).Melting point- 19.04°F (-7.2°C) Chemical Properties Bromine is a very reactive element. While it is less reactive than fluorine or chlorine, it is more reactive than iodine It reacts with many metals, sometimes very vigorously For instance, with potassium, it reacts explosively While it is less reactive than fluorine or chlorine, it is more reactive than iodine Discovery The discovery occured at almost the same time in 1826German chemist Carl Lowig (1803-90) and French chemist Antoine-Jerome Balard (1802-76). While Balard announced his discovery first, Lowig did not completed his studies of the element when Balard made his announcement. Commonalities With Other Elements Bromine and Mercury are the only liquid elements at room temperature All the Halogens, (bromine, fluorine, chlorine, iodine, astatine) contain an outer shell that contains 7 electrons. Of the 5 Halogens, Bromine, Fluorine, and chlorine are the ones considered poisonous Bromine and Chlorine are both extreme oxidizing agents Bromine Facts Bromine was a componentof World War I era poison gas The US and Israel are the world's two largest producers of bromine. One of the main sources of Bromine is the Dead Sea
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