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This element is chloroine: -34,04 oC.

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Cl2 has the lowest boiling point of these four substances.


Boiling point is -34,04 oC.Melting point is - 101,5 oC.


NaCl is an ionic solid with a high boiling point. Cl2 is held together by weak dispersion forces and is a gas at room temperature. That means Cl2 has already boiled and formed a gas at a temperature lower than room temperature.


because the intermolecular force among the Cl2 molecules is bigger than intermocelular force amog F2.........and Cl2 is bigger than F2, this influence too



Br2 because it is a larger atom than Cl making the Intermolecular forces larger for Br2.


(It has a melting point of-150.7 degrees Fahrenheit and a boiling of -29.27 degrees Fahrenheit.) Chlorine Melting point is 172 Kelvin (which is also its freezing point) Chlorine's boiling point is 239 Kelvin (which is also its condensing point) For reference, water freezes at 273 Kelvin and boils at 373 Kelvin. This means that chlorine will remain a gas until quite cold temperature of about negative 34 degrees centigrade. Those numbers above are valid under atmosphere pressure 14.7 PSI As soon as pressure changes, especially when Cl2 is being transferred through piping, boiling point ( condensing point) will also go higher. For example; Cl2 is in gas form at 25 PSI if temperature is 24F (-4C , or 268K ) If you increase the pressure in your pipe up to 65 PSI for transferring to further points then CL2 gas condenses (liquiifies) in the pipe. Reason is condensing temperature at 65 PSI is 54F (12C , or 285K)


Chlorine is an element, and by itself forms Cl2, which is normally a gas. From Wikipedia: Boiling point: 239.11 K (-34.4 °C, -29.27 °F). I suspect, however, that this is not what you actually wanted to know; but without knowing more about exactly what you are trying to do, I can't come up with a better answer.


Molecules of a halogen e.g. Cl2 are attracted together the weak Van Der Waals forces. these forces can be easily broken with a very small amount of heat, meaning that these halogens have very low boiling points, this allows the halogen to exist as a gas naturally due to its low boiling point.


Cl2 is non polar.So there are london bonds.


Cl2 + Na = NaCl Cl2 + 2Na = 2NaCl


The two factor Van de Waals gave as correction for real molecules instead of the ideal gas, are the size of the molecule, and the amount of attraction between the molecules. The larger the size of the molecule for the greater the deviation from an ideal gas, clearly bromine wins here since it has the biggest size of its atom. The amount of attraction between molecules is directly proportional to the boiling point of the liquid made from those molecules, and again bromine wins here since its has the highest boiling point. So bromine has the greatest deviation from ideal gas behaviour.


No it is stable.Chlorine naturally exist as Cl2.


Cl2 is a diatomic molecule.


At STP, Cl2 gas has a density of 0.0032g/mL. (Wikipedia article, "Chlorine") 0.30g Cl2 x (1mL Cl2/0.0032g) = 93.75mL Cl2



Neither. Cl2 is the element chlorine.


Cl2 represents a molecule of Chlorine.


Cl2 stands for Chlorine.It is a gas of halogens.


You start with methane (CH4 ) and chlorine ( Cl2) and react them thus:- CH4 + Cl2 → CH3Cl + HCl CH3Cl + Cl2 → CH2Cl2 + HCl CH2Cl2 + Cl2 → CHCl3 + HCl


First realize that it takes 3 CL2 to produce one mole of CHCl3. So take 1.50 moles of CHCl3 * 3 moles of Cl2 / 1 mole of CHCL3= 4.5 mole of Cl2 The the atomic weight of Cl2 is 35.5*2=71g. 4.5 mole of Cl2*71g= 319.5g. of Cl2 needed.


CH4 + Cl2 → CH3Cl + HCl - monohlor metan CH3Cl + Cl2 → CHCl2 + HCl - dihlor metan CHCl2 + Cl2 → CHCl3 + HCl - trihlor metan CHCl3 + Cl2 → CCl4 + HCl - tetrahlor metan


Thiosulfate: 2 S2O32- --> S4O62- + 2e-equivalency to:Chlorine: 1 Cl2 + 2e- --> 2Cl-31.6 ml * 0.141 mmol/ml S2O32- = 4.456 mmol S2O32-= 4.456 *(2 electron / 2 S2O32-) = 4.456 mmol (electrons) == 4.456 *(1 Cl2 / 2 electron) = 2.228 mmol Cl2 == 2.228 * 70.90 mg/mmol Cl2 = 158 mg == 0.158 g Chlorine


Cl2 + 2NaOH ----> NaCl + NaClO + H2O or Cl2 + 2OH- ----> Cl- + ClO- + H2O


Cl2 + 2 KI --> I2 + 2KCl



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