What is the melting point of chlorine?


The melting point of chlorine is -101.5 degrees Celsius. It is a chemical element that is denoted by the symbol Cl with an atomic number of 17. It is extensively used as a bleaching agent in the making of paper and cloth.
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Chlorine melts at -101.5 °C Chlorine boils at -34.04 °C Because normal temperature is so much higher than this, Chlorine is normally a gas.
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Nitrogen, which is an atmospheric gas (and the most common one) melts at -210.00 °C, -346.00 °F, or 63.15 K. Cold! Use the link below for more information on nitrogen.
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Chlorine (Cl) is a chemical element with the atomic number 17. Melting point of chlorine is 171.6 Kelvin or -101.5 degree Celsius or -150.7 degree Fahrenheit. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chlorine
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