He can be known as
Density: 3.11 grams per cubic centimeter
Melting point: 265.9
Boiling point: 331.9
Atomic number: 35
[Ar]4s2 3d10 4p5
Greek Bromos Stench
Bromine was discovered by a German chemist named Carl Lowig by bringing a smelly, brownish liquid to his professor Antoine J Baldwin in France ,1862 He planned to study the substance but he didn't so he can pursue other things so his professor took over. It has a suffocating and offensive smell that can damage the nervous system. It is more active than iodine. It is the only nonmetallic element that is a liquid that's a liquid in any condition. It can be used in inorganic substances, sanitizers and dyes.
It can be used in inorganic substances, sanitizers and dyes.
where to find him
Bromine can be found in swimming pools, Energy drinks or inorganic foods. He can also be found in his home in France
If you disturb him he can. . .
1. Disrupts Thyroid Function
2. Increased Risk of Preterm Birth and Birth Defects
3. Slows Neural and Cognitive Development