Bromine is an element of the halogen family with chemical symbol Br and atomic number 35. The halogen family consists of F2, Cl2, Br2, I2, At2.
Bromine is a red highly volatile liquid at normal pressure and temperature, it is very dangerous for health and must be placed in a sealed ampoule only.
Bromine is very corrosive and its compounds are toxic, they are widely used in flame retardants. Bromine is quite abundant in sea water, some marine organisms need bromides to life. Bromine and mercury are the only elements that are liquid at standard conditions.
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