Bromine is a highly reactive element. Bromine has the atomic number of 35. It's atomic mass is 79.904 amu and it's chemical symbol is Br. It is reactive with potassium and it is explosive. Bromine's color is reddish-brown. It smells like bleach and chlorine.Bromine's name come from the Greek word ''bromos'' that means stench because bromine smells.
Bromine sets of orange gasses that smell bad.
These are the two discovers of bomine Antione Jerome Balard (left) Justus Von Liebig (right).
Bromine's atomic number is 35 and the atomic mass is 70.904. it's chemical symbol is Br.
Bromine is usually found in seawater in many chemical forms. Bromine is one of the two liquids on the periodic table. Bromine will dissolve in water.Bromine is used in drugs to make people calm or sleepy.Breathing in Bromine gas can cause you to cough, or can make you have trouble breathing , or give you a headache, dizzyness or watery eyes.
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