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Physical and Chemical Properties of Chlorine

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Transcript of Physical and Chemical Properties of Chlorine

Physical and Chemical Properties of Chlorine
By: Carolina Leiro Fonseca
Corrosion
(a natural process which converts metal into more stable oxide)
:
Highly corrosive
Toxicity
(the specific degree of being poisonous or toxic)
:
Highly Toxic
Common compounds
(two or more elements which are chemically bonded together)
:
PVC (synthetic plastic); Sodium chloride (table salt)
Reactivity with Metals:
Most metals react with dry chlorine only upon heating
Explosive
(tending to explode)
:
Specific mixtures of chlorine and hydrogen can be explosive
Oxidation (loss of electrons during reaction by ions, atoms or molecules):
It forms many types of oxides

Physical Properties
Color
(the quality of an object in respect to light)
:
Greenish-Yellow
Phase at room temperature
(a physically distinctive form of matter)
:
Gas
Odor
(the characteristic of a substance involving the sense of smell)
:
Unpleasant/ Suffocating
Density
(mass per unit volume)
:
3.214g/c3
Solubility
(capability of being dissolved)
:
Soluble with water (solution called chlorine water)
Boiling Point
(the temperature at which the pressure of the atmosphere on the liquid matches to the vapor pressure on the liquid)
:
–34.05°C
Melting Point
(the temperature at which a solid melts)
:
–101°C.


Chemical Properties
Sources
"Chlorine Properties." Chlorine Properties. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 May 2015.

"Physical Properties." Physical Properties. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 May 2015

Helmenstine, Ph.D. Anne Marie. "Chemical Properties." N.p., n.d. Web. 25 May 2015.

Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com, n.d. Web. 25 May 2015.
What are they?
They are characteristics of a thing which can be identified without changing the matter. They are used to observe and describe. They include things like appearance, texture, color, odor, melting point, boiling point, density, solubility, polarity, and many others depending on what you are trying to describe.
Physical Properties of Chlorine
What are they?
They are properties that for us to identify them we have to chemically change them or perform a chemical reaction. The structure of the matter has to be altered or change in order for us to be able to see and recognize them.
Chemical Properties of Chlorine
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