The most common compound of chlorine, sodium chloride, has been ... Around
1630, chlorine was recognized as a gas by the Flemish ...
This WebElements periodic table page contains historical information for the
Brief History of Chlorine. The United States of America has an intimate
relationship with chlorine (Cl2) - they were "born" around the same time. Just two
Element Chlorine (Cl), Group 17, Atomic Number 17, p-block, Mass 35.45.
Sources ... Chlorine. Chlorine Element - Visual Elements Periodic Table ....
CLEAR WATERS AND A GREEN GAS: A. HISTORY OF CHLORINE AS A
SWIMMING POOL. SANITIZER IN THE UNITED STATES. Kevin Olsen, Montclair
History of The Chlorine Institute. Discovering Chlorine. Karl Wilhelm Scheele, the
seventh of eleven children, born December 9, 1742, to a Swedish couple in ...
Atomic number. 17. Atomic mass. 35.453 g.mol <sup>-1</sup>. Electronegativity according to
Pauling. 3.0. Density. 3.21*10 <sup>-3</sup> g.cm <sup>-3</sup> at 20 °C. Melting point. -101 °C.
Jul 13, 2010 ... The history of water chlorination systems begins in the mid 1800s with several
isolated examples of the use of chlorine to disinfect water related ...
Chlorine ranks among the top 10 chemicals produced in the United States. In
1992, about 10.5 billion kilograms (23 billion pounds) of the element were ...
Historical Examples. Then a drop of ammonia will produce the green or
somewhat bluish zone, which is much more persistent than that due to chlorine.