Its symbol:

The symbol for Flourine on the periodic table is F.

Its atomic number:

Fluorine’s atomic number is 9, it is the first element on the periodic table.

Its atomic weight:

The atomic weight of fluorine is 18.998, and is the light element.

What color it is:

Fluorine is a pale yellow.

                                                       

What is its atomic configuration:

Fluorine has nine protons in the nucleus and two electrons in the first orbital. In its second orbital it has seven electrons.

Who discoverd it:

It was discoverd by Henri Mossian.

When was it discoverd:

It was discoverd in 1886 in france.

How did it get its name?

Fluorine got its name from a latin word called fluere.

What is its atomic configuration:

It’s atomic configuration is 2 and 7.

Is it is a stable element or notWhat state of matter it is commonly found in:

It is not stable and commonly found in the gas state.

What the element is used for:

It is used in toothpaste.

Where in the world it is found:

Fluorine was found in france.

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