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Elements that are Gases at Room Temperature

There are 11 elements that are gases at room temperature. Can you name them?
Includes elements in monatomic and diatomic molecules
At one atmosphere of pressure
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First submittedMay 29, 2016
Last updatedAugust 12, 2019
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Element
Argon
Chlorine
Fluorine
Helium
Hydrogen
Krypton
Element
Neon
Nitrogen
Oxygen
Radon
Xenon
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level 82
May 29, 2016
It'd be a bit more challenging if the answers were in random order. Lacked the one between C and H and just thought about the letters in order.
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level 77
May 30, 2016
I took a quiz yesterday that had a comment complaining that the answers *weren't* in alphabetical order. You can't win for losing.
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level 77
May 31, 2016
Almost forgot the most obvious one.
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level 79
Jul 4, 2016
Yeah, I nearly missed xenon too.
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level 53
Jul 4, 2016
That's f...ing weird... I typed almost perfectly the same decreasing ratio order... Only hydrogen after the noble gases...
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level 58
Jul 5, 2016
Oh my God I missed oxygen. I think I need more coffee. Wow.
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level 46
Jul 7, 2016
You don't get to breathe now.
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level 58
Jul 7, 2016
O, well there's my problem.
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level 61
Jan 3, 2019
you needed more oxygen ;) the brain needs it ya know
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level 3
Mar 22, 2017
Your 'gases at room temperature' quiz is wrong at it doesn't allow me to say copernicium which is a gas at room temperature. Can you correct this please?
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level 66
Mar 24, 2017
Wow you're right. That's insane. Denser than osmium and probably a gas at room temperature. I don't understand how that's possible but people much smarter than me figured it so I'll trust them...
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level 69
Aug 30, 2017
Flerovium, too.
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level 35
Jan 7, 2018
Chlorine is a gas at room temperature and standard pressure. Bromine and iodine also exist as gases at room temperature and standard pressure though their main forms are not gas.
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level 41
Oct 13, 2019
Bromine is liquid at SATP and Iodine is solid
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level 72
Jul 6, 2018
How do 71% know Xenon is a gas, 50% for radon and only 48% for chlorine? It was the original gas used in World War One. Greenish-yellow clouds that people had no defense against so they'd urinate on a cloth and hold it to their airways to neutralize it.
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level 49
Oct 9, 2019
Perhaps some don't know how to write it in English.
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level 61
Oct 13, 2019
Most of us encounter chlorine in swimming pools, so it's weird to think of it as a gas.
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level 27
Sep 8, 2019
What about Argon, is a noble gas. At room temperature is in gas state.
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level 76
Oct 9, 2019
I was on a roll - neon, radon, xenon, boron...oh, wait.
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level 37
Oct 10, 2019
Wow I didn't expect to get all of them :l
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level 37
Oct 10, 2019
Fun tho
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