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Kadejah L.
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• Table of contents: • Glossary
– About Chlorine Page 1
Today was the big class trip and
Cloe was very excited. Her
and her class were being
taken to Wacko’s Wacky Water
park. They weren’t only going
for fun but they were going to
learn about Chlorine and it’s
works. Cloe could barely sit
still on the ride to school and
couldn’t wait to get to the water
park. When they got to school
the Class put all their
belongings to the side and
took a seat at their desks.
“Before we go on the bus I’m
going to give you a brief history
on chlorine class.” Said Mrs.
“Awe do we have to ?” Whined
“If you want to attend this trip, yes
you have to.” Mrs. Foster
replied. “Everyone take out a
sheet of paper and a writing
utensil and take notes.” The
class all whined. “Chlorine is a
yellowish, greenish gas. It has
an atomic mass of 35.45
amu. and 17 is it’s atomic
number. On the periodic
table it is the group of
halogens.” Cloe raised her
hand. “Yes Cloe ?”
“Mrs. Foster who found chlorine?”
“Chlorine was founded in 1774 by
Carl W. Scheele.
Scheele could not claim it as an
element yet. So in 1810 Sir
Humphrey Davy named it and
insisted it was an element.
Now does anyone have it
anymore questions before we
go?” Half of the class raised
their hand. Mrs. Foster called
on Jake.
“ Doesn’t all elements have
negative and positive charges?

“That’s right Jake. Elements all
have protons, neutrons, and
electrons. The number of
protons and electrons are
“Well how many does chlorine “Mrs. Foster, when are we leaving?”
have?” asked Cloe. She was asked Sean. Mrs. Foster looked out
beginning to get more the window and notice the bus sitting
interested in this stuff called there.
chlorine. “Okay Class grab all your belongings,
time to go.” The Class was ecstatic
“ Chlorine has 18 and hurried out the door. On the bus
electrons/protons. All elements ride Mrs. Foster filled the class in on
also have a different number of more about chlorine.
neutrons to help stabilize the “Chlorine has the symbol Cl on the
nucleus. Chlorine has 18 of periodic table.
them. “ Is chlorine only found in water “
Sarah asked strangely.
“ That was a good question Sarah.
Chlorine is very common in nature
and is needed in most forms of life
including us humans. In nature
chlorine is normally found as a
chloride ion. 1.9% of our seawaters
mass contains chloride ions“
By the end of that sentence the “ Mrs.Foster can you tell me some
bus came to a stop. more facts. “ Cloe asked.
“ We have arrived class.” They all “ Sure Cloe , chlorine can come
hurried of the bus and couldn’t together with other elements to
wait to get inside. As the class form compounds. Some
walked in they smelt a strong compounds include chlorine
smell. dioxide (ClO2) which is used
“What’s that nasty smell?” for making drinking water
Michelle said holding her nose. clean and a common one is
“Ah , Michelle that you smell is sodium chloride or salt (NaCl).”
chlorine it tends to have a “How does chlorine look ?” asked
strong distinctive smell. “ The Cloe.
class dropped their belongings “Chlorine is a gas and its
and went to get on the rides. yellowish – green.” Mrs. Foster
Cloe stayed behind to ask replied.
more find out more because
“What can chlorine be used for?”
she was curious.