Q. 64

When a gas jar co A. Bromine vapour is made of tiny particles which are moving

B. Air is made up of tiny particles which are moving

C. The particles of bromine are moving but those of air are not moving

D. Even though bromine vapour is heavier than air, it can move up against gravity

Answer :

Bromine is a liquid. Hence it is heavier than air.

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