Alexa Ito B.2


Physical Properties:

  • Greenish-yellow gas at room temperature
  • Density- 3.214 g/l
  • Atomic mass- 35.45
  • Has a choking smell

Chemical Properties:

  • Reacts with water
  • Has a high electronegativity
  • Reacts with hydrogen

Where it is found:

  • Never found in nature
  • Was first produced by Carl Wilhelm Scheele


  • As a disinfectant and purifier
  • Used in plastics
  • Used in bleach and other disinfectants

Common Compounds:

  • Ammonium Chloride
  • Calcium Hypochlorite
  • Magnesium Chloride


  • Not reactive with oxygen or nitrogen
  • Reacts with water to produce hypochlorite
  • Reacts with Fluorine


  • Cl-35
  • Cl-37

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