What is the only liquid nonmetal?

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Jan 7, 2017

Answer:

Under standard conditions................

Explanation:

Under standard conditions................the only elemental liquid that is NOT a metal is bromine, #Z=35#. #Br_2#, #"boiling point = "58.8""^@C#, is one of the most corrosive substances you could find in a laboratory, and would cause horrendous burns. THe neat liquid is to be treated with a great deal of respect.

Apart from bromine, there are few #"elements"# that are room temperature liquids. I can think of only 2 more......