@honeyicicle60Active 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Gases can be clearly distinguished from strong and liquid phases because, unlike in solids or liquids, the atoms are in free movement and are spread all around a container. For example, if the group of halogen in the periodic table is considered, fluorine and chlorine exist as gases whereas bromine exists as a liquid and Iodine as a solid. […] View
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