What Is the Normal Phase of Chlorine?

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Chlorine has a boiling point of -34.6 C. This means that between the temperatures of -34.6 and -101.4 C, it is a liquid. It's melting point is at -101.6 C. If it's temperature is beyond that temperature, it is a solid.
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