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  The Halogens ( Atomic Structure and Uses )  Fluorine (F) Name:  Fluorine Symbol:  F Atomic Number:  9 Atomic Mass:  18.998404 amu Melting Point:  -219.62 ° C Boiling Point:  -188.14 ° C Number of Protons/Electrons:  9 Number of Neutrons:  10 Number of Energy Levels:  2 Colour:  Greenish  Fluorine (F) Date of Discovery:  1886 Discoverer:  Joseph Henri Moissan Name Origin:  From the Latin word fluo  (flow) Uses:  Refrigerants Obtained From:  mineral fluorite
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