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CHLORINE

Often used to secure drinking water, to treat swimming pools, and used in industrial processes.

When using chlorine wear the correct protective gear. Swimmers should also be aware of the amount of chlorine in the pool.

BEWARE

Chlorine is an extremely dangerous chemical. Interaction with human skin causes severe burning. .003 mg can be detected as an odor and .9 mg is fatal after a few deep breaths.The chemical was used in WWI as a poisonous gas and was one of the most feared weapons. Chlorine is also deadly to animals.

There is no known element or material used to stabilize the element.

Chlorine could be hiding right under your nose! The element is used to make products we use on the daily.

Another photograph of the criminal. (Lewis Dot Diagram)

The element can be abbreviated to Cl.

Chlorine is never found in nature. But be warned, chlorine can be very helpful. It can be used to disinfect and make medicines. It can also be used to make textiles and dyes.

The elements it typically bonds with are Sodium Chloride, Aluminum Trichloride and Nitrogen Trichloride.

This element can be found nearly anywhere in the world.

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