Bromine gas in vacuum flask

Bromine gas in vacuum flask

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Caption: Bromine. Bromine gas in a vacuum flask. The non- metallic element bromine belongs to the halogen group in the periodic table. It is a red, volatile liquid at room temperature, and produces a red- brown vapour. This sample of bromine is a gas because the pressure inside the vacuum flask is lower than normal atmospheric pressure. Bromine was first discovered by Antoine Balard in 1826.

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Keywords: bromine, chemical, chemistry, element, gas, vacuum flask

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