Created by Dominic Esposito
Physical,Chemical Property, Phase Changes
Oxygen is a colorless and odorless gas, tasteless.
A poor conductor of heat and electricity
It is denser than air. The density of oxygen is 1.429 grams per liter
Slightly soluble in water, alcohol and some other common liquids
Oxygen is very flammable
Melting Point -218.76C or -361.82F
Boiling Point -182.962C or -297.332F
After the melting point or boiling point occurs to oxygen the oxygen just goes away.
Fun Facts and Uses
Discovery date- 1774
Discovered by Joseph Priestly in Wiltshire, England and independently by Carl Wilhelm Scheele in Uppsala, Sweden
The origin of the name comes from the Greek '"oxy genes", meaning acid forming.
Oxygen is essential for all aerobic organisms; common medical uses include oxygen therapy, hyperbaric medicine, and space suits