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Discussion Forum : General Science - Elements and Metals (Q.No. 2)
Which of the following is a non metal that remains liquid at room temperature?
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MAIRA MUZAFFAR said:   3 months ago
Agree, Bromine is the correct answer.

Devishi Khanna said:   7 months ago
It will be bromine (br) and if it was metal it would be mercury (Hg) hydragyrum.

KUPPAM HASINI said:   11 months ago
Thank you everyone for giving clarification.

Kingsley said:   3 years ago
It's bromine because it's s non metal.

Akshay Shankar said:   3 years ago
Bromine has 58.78 of boiling point and -7.2 of melting point and it is red colored liquid.

Santhosh said:   3 years ago
Hi please tell me,

whether bromine melting point higher are lower? If it is compared to the aluminium melting point?

Ashu said:   4 years ago
Bromine is a non-metal and remains liquid at room temperature.

Its atomic no is 35 and atomic weight is 79.904

Bromine is a liquid because the intermolecular forces are strong enough so that it does not vaporise. Br forms diatomic molecules and van der Waals interactions are sufficiently strong.

Ayush said:   4 years ago
Bromine is liquid at room temperature because bromine molecules experience sufficient intermolecular interactions under those conditions.

Rajeev said:   4 years ago
The chemical element with the atomic number 35, Bromine is a non metal that remains liquid at room temperature. Mercury also remains liquid at room temperature but it is a metal. Bromine is the third lightest halogen.

Mohan said:   4 years ago
Yes, Bromine is correct.

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