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Molecular bromine (Br2) has a boiling point of 58.8°C and a freezing point of 19°F.
a. Convert the boiling point to units of Fahrenheit (°F).
b. On a sunny 75°F day in Florida, would you expect bromine to exist as a solid, liquid or gas?
c. Are the freezing and boiling points of bromine considered physical or chemical properties?
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