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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The normal phase of nitrogen is gas. Nitrogen belongs to group VA (5A) which is Vanadium family. It has an atomic number of 7 and was discovered by Daniel Rutherford in the year 1772
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i believe it is around room temperature at 50- 75 degrees Celsius. this si coming from a 12 year old lol.
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The normal phase of nitrogen is Gas. At least for ambient conditions normally
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Elemental nitrogen is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas at standard conditions, constituting 78.1% by volume of Earth's atmosphere. It can be liquid - see Nitrogen for Cryogenics
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