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chemical elements by classification

Halogens are what? Toxic and non-metallic
9 F Fluorine
Fluorine is named after what? The latin word fluo, which means flow
Who discovered Fluorine? Joseph Moissan in 1886
What is Fluorine's boiling point? -306.625 F
What color is Fluorine? pale yellow (highly toxic gas)
Fluorine is the most ______ element, so it is extremely reactive electronegative
Fluorine was a proposed element in what year? 1810, but could not be separated from compounds until 1886
17 Cl Chlorine
Chlorine is named from the greek chloros, meaning what? pale green
Chlorine is what color in its gas state? yellow-green
What is chlorine's boiling point? -29.27 F
Chlorine has the highest electron affinity and has the _____(number) highest electronegativity 3rd highest
Who discovered Chlorine? Sir Humphry Davy in 1810 (confirmed status)
Who wrote the original description of Chlorine? Carl Schede in 1774
35 Br Bromine
Bromine's name was derived from Greek for what? stench
Bromine has an intense what? smell
What is bromine's boiling point? 137.8 F
What is bromine used for? Fire retardants and photographic film
Elemental bromine is very reactive and does or does not occur free in nature? Does not occur free in nature
53 I Iodine
Iodine is named for the greek word for what? violet
Who discovered Iodine? Bernard Courtois in 1811
What is iodine's boiling point? 363.7 F
Iodine is found in what gland's hormones? thyroid
Deficiency in iodine can cause what? Intellectual disabilities
Radioactive isotopes of iodine can be used to treat what type of cancer? thyroid cancer
85 At Astatine
Astatine is named for the greek word for what? unstable
Astatine is what? radioactive
Who discovered astatine? Dale Corson, Kenneth MacKenzie, and Emilio Segre in 1940
Astatine's appearance is what? unknown
Astatine has an extremely short what? half-life (8.1 hours)
Astatine decays into what elements? Bismuth, polonium, or radon
What is Astatine's boiling point? 639 F
117 Ts Tennessine
What is Tennessine named after? the state it was discovered (Tennessee)
Tennessine is the ___ heaviest known element? 2nd heaviest
Tennessine is produced how? synthetically
Tennessine is the most recently discovered element as of what year? 2017
Tennessine is suspected to be what classification of element? Halogen
Tennessine was originally a proposed element with what name and symbol? Ununseptium (Uus)
Created by: Lailasmom