Question: What Element in the Halide Family is a Liquid?
Only one halide element is a liquid at room temperature and pressure. Do you know what it is?
Answer: Although chlorine can be seen as a yellow liquid, this occurs only at low temperature or else increased pressure. The only halide element that is a liquid at ordinary room temperature and pressure is bromine. In fact, bromine is the only nonmetal that is a liquid under these conditions.