The Periodic Table/35 - Bromine (Br)

Element Bromine (Br, 35)

Here you can read more about the chemical element Bromine. Its shemical symbol is Br and its atomic number is 35. The relative atomic mass of Bromine is 79.904 u. The elemental classification of Bromine is Diatomic nonmetals, and it belongs to group 17 and period 4 in the Periodic Table of Elements.

The density of Bromine is 3119 kg/m3. The melting point of Bromine is 265.8 Kelvin (-7.2 ℃). The boiling point of Bromine is 332 Kelvin (59 ℃). Bromine was discovered in the year 1825 by Antoine Jérôme Balard and Leopold Gmelin.

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Data about element Bromine

Chemical symbol
Element classification
Diatomic nonmetals
Atomic number
Relativ atomic mass
Atomic mass
79.904 u
3119 kg/m3
Melting point
265.8 K   (-7.2 ℃)
Boiling point
332 K   (59 ℃)
Discovered year
Discovered by
Antoine Jérôme Balard och Leopold Gmelin