Chemical and Physical Properties of Oxygen

Chemical and Physical Properties of Oxygen

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Chemical and Physical Properties : Oxygen is colorless, odorless, and tasteless. When oxygen is put into a liquid form (which is very hard to do) it is a bright blue color and is see through. Its boiling point for oxygen is 90.12°K. That is almost impossible to achieve that is why it is a Superhero. Uses In the Real World: Oxygen is part of what we breathe in as humans that is its most primary use. Other than that is used with iron to create the most general material called steel. It is also the most common element used in compounds. It is
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  • Fall '13
  • Math, Chemical element, Abundance of the chemical elements, 90.12°K, Trifluoroacetyl Chloride

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