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Liquid Elements

Liquid Elements

 
Do you know what the pure elements look like in liquid form? Some elements, like mercury, you may have seen as a liquid because that is its usual state. Other liquid elements may be less familiar to you.
 
1- CopperI This is copper just above its melting point. The orange part is still incandescent from heat, but the photo clearly shows the metal's characteristic pink color.

2- Elemental sulfur melts from a yellow solid into a blood-red liquid. It burns with a blue flame.

3- Gallium crystalThis is a picture of pure gallium metal crystallizing from melted liquid gallium.

4- Liquid oxygen in an unsilvered dewar flask. Liquid oxygen is blue.

5- Liquid chlorineThis is a sample of the element chlorine in its liquid form. Chlorine liquid and gas are yellow.

6- The element mercury is a dense silvery liquid at room temperature.

7- This is a photo of liquid nitrogen being poured from a dewar.

8- This is an ampule containing pure cesium or caesium metal, which is a liquid at elevated temperatures.

9- Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE AR-SA This is a picture of the element bromine in a vial encased in a block of acrylic. Bromine is liquid at room temperature.

10- Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE AR-SA This is a sample of pure liquid rubidium metal. The colored rubidium superoxide is visible inside the ampule

 

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