What Is the Normal Phase of Nitrogen?

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The normal phase of nitrogen is a gas. The density of nitrogen is 1.251 g/L. The boiling point of nitrogen is negative 195.79 degrees Celsius or negative 346 degrees Fahrenheit.
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