-Bromine-

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  • Bromine's Atomic number is 45.
  • Bromine has 35 protons.
  • Bromine is in the 17th group.
  • Bromine has isotopes Br67 - Br97.
  • Bromine Has one negatively charged ion.
  • Bromine is in the 4th period.
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-Common Uses-


  • Pesticides
  • Photograph film
  • Gasoline additives
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-Discoverers-

Bromine was discovered by two chemist, Antoine Balard of Montpellier France and Jacob Lowing of Heidelberg Germany.

  • Jacob Lowing

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  • Antoine Balard
No picture can be found of Antoine Balard but here is a picture of Montpellier, France





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