Physics and Chemistry

Chemical Elements

Which elements are liquid at room temperature?

Mercury (“liquid silver,” Hg, element 80) and bromine (Br, element 35) are liquid at room temperature 68° to 70°F (20° to 21°C). Gallium (Ga, element 31) with a melting point of 85.6°F (29.8°C), cesium (Cs, element 55) with a melting point of 83°F (28.4°C), and Francium (Fr, element 87) with a melting point of 80.6°F (27°C) are liquid at slightly above room temperature and pressure.


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