Name: Fluorine Density: 1.696 g/L (at 0 °C, 101.325 kPa) Melting Point: 53.53k (-219.52 degrees c -363.32 degrees f) Metal? Non-metal: NONMETAL Symbol: F
Atomic Number: 9 Boiling Point: 85.036 Ionization Energy: 17.423ev Ionic Radius: 0.136 nm (-1); 0.007 (+7) Electronegativity: 4 Atomic Radius: 42 pm Electron Configuration: 1s, 2s, 2p(5) Common Ions: F- Who Discovered Fluorine?: Henri Moissan How was it discovered?: He used an apparatus constructed from platinum. When was it discovered?: 1886 Where was it discovered?: France Modern days of how we get it: from halogen Where do we use Fluorine?: We use Fluorine in refrigerators, toothpaste and rocket fuels. Elements it interacts with: Nitrogen and Oxygen Crustal Abundance: 5.85×102 milligrams per kilogram Ocean Abundance: 1.3 milligrams per liter Fluorine is NATURAL!