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Transcript of Chlorine
-34 c Boiling Point
Cl 35 75%
Cl 37 25% Common Uses disinfectant
It is used for making medicine
it is used for making paper towels white
it is in household bleach By: Timothy Heath Cl
3.0 Electronegativity History At first they thought this element was a gas that contained other elements until 1811. Sir Humphry Davy discovered a this element. Origin of Name Chlorine recieved its name from the Greek word 'chloros' which means pale green Works Cited
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Winter, Mark. "Chlorine." WebElements Periodic Table of the Elements. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Nov. 2012. <http://www.webelements.com/chlorine/>.