This halogen is iodine (I).
iodine is the only halogen in solid form. so it is the halogen which gives violet vapours on sublimation...
i know that iodine and bromine are solid halogens. but i dunno if the're common..
Flurine is bro
This element is the halogen iodine.
Carbon is a non metalic solid.
Yes, Arsenic is a metallic-grey solid.
It is a dark grey solid.
Aluminum is a grey solid metal.
Because is the heaviest halogen known today.
No, I had a solid grey female once.
AgNO3 powder is white but a little grey solid.
at 100oC fluorine, chlorine and bromine are gas. iodine and astatine are solid
At room temperature iodine is a solid halogen.
Iodine, Astatine, Uus
Yes. A solid nonmetal of the halogen family.
This hypothetical halogen will have the atomic number 133, will be solid, dense and extremely unstable.