Chlorine is mostly commonly used to make drinking water safe and to treat pool water, but large amounts can be used for medicines, dyes, and even plastics.
- Density of solid
- Moral volume
- Thermal conductivity
- Density- 20 C
- Melting Point- 171.6 C
- Boiling Point- 34.6 C
- It took almost 200 years from the discovery of chlorine gas for it to become recognized as an element.
- Sodium chloride is the most common compound of chlorine.
- Chlorine in its pure form is yellowish-green, but its common compounds are typically colorless