Fluorine

Fluorine,

Definition of Fluorine:

  1. Highly poisonous greenish-yellow gas used in the manufacture of halogenated hydrocarbons or chlorofluoromethanes used in some aerosol propellants. One of the most-reactive elements known, fluorine readily combines with other elements (such as hydrogen and sodium) to produce fluorides.

  2. The chemical element of atomic number 9, a poisonous pale yellow gas of the halogen series. It is the most reactive of all the elements, causing severe burns on contact with skin.

How to use Fluorine in a sentence?

  1. The elements hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine, chlorine, bromine and iodine consist of diatomic molecules.

Meaning of Fluorine & Fluorine Definition