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The 9th Element Fluorine

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alyssa baginski

on 19 November 2012

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Transcript of The 9th Element Fluorine

Fluorine Element symbol: 9 Atomic Number F Mass Number 18.998 (19) Origin of the name: From the Latin or French word for Flow; Fluere Discovery: Georigius Agricola (1529), Germany Common uses for Fluorine: •Production of uranium
•Air conditioning
•Refrigeration
•Insecticide
•Toothpaste
•Added to municipal water supplies
•Teflon Fun fact Fluorine is also called the gas of Lucifer Fun Fact Fluorine costs $1.90 per gram Fun fact When it was first discovered (G.A.) It was used as a flux Fun Fact Fluorine is the only element that reacts with Xenon Properties/Characteristics Phase at room temp. Gas Boiling point -188.12 C o Melting Point -219.62 C o Texture none Color Green-yellow Odor Smells of ozone Occurs withing SOME fluorite crystals Reacts with most reactive element other highly corrosive, poisonous, gaseous halogen element
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