Chlorine is a nonmetal.
Do you think they put metal in swimming pool water?
Chlorine is a nonmetal in the halogen group.
At normal atmospheric temperature and pressure it is a pungent green/yellow gas and very poisonous.
The small of household bleach is chlorine.
It is neither a metal nor a metalloid.
nonmetal i think.......
CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF Non-metals1-Outer shells contains four or more electrons.(and Chlorine contain in outer shell 5 electrons).2-Form ionic compounds with metals and molecular (covalent) compounds with other nonmetals.( -Chlorine Form ionic compound with metals, e.g. NaCl Sodium chloride . - And Chlorine Form covalent compound with otherNon-metals, e.g. CCl4, HCl
Sulfur is a non-metal. It belongs to group 15 and generally accepts electrons.
Dubnium is a transition metal. As it is highly radioactive, not much is known about its physical or chemical properties.
sodium is an alkali metal and chlorine is a halogen....
No. Chlorine is not a metal with magnetic properties.
metaloid and metal
Chromium is a Metal.
Cadmium is a metal.
no, a metal
No, It is a metal.
Berkelium is a metal.
Gold is a metal.
Table salt is neither of those. It is a compound which is Solid in room temperature It mainly consists of Sodium Chloride (NaCl). It is composed Sodium(Metal) and Chlorine(Non-Metal)
metal and a metalloid is both a conductor.