The 9th atomic element
Fluorine so state of matter
Flourine At room temperature is a yellow gas. Flourine condenses to a bright yellow liquid at -188 degrees Celsius (-307 degrees Fahrenheit). Flourine solidifies at -220 degrees Celsius (-363 degrees Fahrenheit) into a cubic structure called beta-fluorine.
Is flourine a metal, metalloid, or non-metal?
Fluorine is a non-metal.
Flourine is put into toothpaste to help protect agains dental cavities.
Flourine is put in water for the same reason it is in toothpaste it helps prevent dental cavities.
Fluorine is very reactive which makes in very good for explosive reactions.