Which Elements Are Liquid At Room Temperature?

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Elements that are liquid at room temperature is Mercury, bromine, Gallium, Cesium.....

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Mercury ("liquid silver," Hg, element 80) and bromine (Br, element 35) are liquid at room temperature, 68° to 70° Fahrenheit (200 to 250 Celsius). Gallium (Ga, element 31), with a melting point of 85.60 Fahrenheit (29.80 Celsius), and cesium (Cs, element 55), with a melting point of 830 Fahrenheit (28.40 Celsius), are liquids at slightly above room temperature.

Sources: Brown, Theodore L. Chemistry, 4th ed., pp. 140, 143; Hackh, Ingo W. D. Grant and Hackh's Chemical Dictionary, 5th ed., pp. 96, 362; Science and Technology Illustrated, vol. 6, p. 658.

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