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Element Project

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Ava VanderBloemen

on 13 November 2017

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Transcript of Element Project

Fluorine Atomics number in the periodic table is 9. It melts at -219.627 degrees Celsius and boils at -188.11 degrees Celsius. Its phase, or state of matter is gas, this means that it is gas when put at room temperature.
Element Project
What are fluorines naturally occuring forms?
Fluorine can be used to help your teeth. For instance, toothpaste and water contains sodium fluoride ( compound of fluorine) which can help to prevent cavities. Fluorine can also be used to etch the glass that are in lightbulbs.
What are common uses for fluorine?
There are many compounds containing fluorine, and some of those compounds are fluoride, Sodium fluoride, and Sodium monofluorophosphate. All of these compounds are added to tooth products like toothpaste.
What are common compounds containing fluorine?
- Fluorine is the most electronegetive element
- It is ranked 13th in terrestrial abundance and 24th in universal abundance
- Fluorine that is organic have high thermal and chemical stability
Intresting Facts about fluorine
Image of fluorine
What is fluorines Atomic Number, Melting Point, Boiling Point, and Phase?
The History of fluorine
The element fluorine was discovered by a french chemist named Henri Moissan in 1886. He discovered fluorine through Potassium fluorides electrolysis.
Fluorine occurs naturally from our earths crust and can be found in coal, clay and rocks.
By Ava VanderBloemen
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