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 Is bromine a liquid?

Answer Bromine is a liquid at room temperature, unlike other nonmetallic elements. At one time bromine was added to leaded gasolines to prevent lead buildup in engines. Currently bromine is used in indust... Read More »
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Why use bromine or chlorine in a spa?

The warm, wet, bubbly nature of a spa makes it appealing to us, but it also can make a poorly maintained spa attractive to microbes that can make us sick. Sanitizers kill the bacteria that can grow... Read More »
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How was bromine discovered?

Bromine was discovered by two scientists, Carl Lowig, a German chemist, and Antoine-Jerome Balard, a French chemist, in 1826. However, Balard has been given full credit for the discovery because h... Read More »
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How many protons does bromine have?

Abbreviated "Br" on the periodic table of elements, bromine consists of 35 protons and 35 electrons, which makes its atomic number 35. The element is typically obtained from sea water and was first... Read More »
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What should the bromine level be in a hot tub?

The required level of bromine for a hot tub is 3 to 5 parts per million (ppm), with the suggested concentration being 4 to 6 ppm. Bromine is a chemical used in lieu of chlorine but is sensitive to ... Read More »
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