Hydrogen is a non-metal element that is a gas at room temperature. It is used in combination with other elements to create liquid compounds such as hydrochloric acid, ammonia and hydrogen peroxide, and it combines with t... More »

Examples of solids in gas solutions include hydrogen in platinum and sulfur vapor in air. In chemistry and physics, there are three states of matter, which are solid, liquid and gas. From these states seven different typ... More »

Several qualities and characteristics make hydrogen unique: it is the lightest, simplest and most abundant chemical element in the world and is a key component in many consumer and industrial products. Hydrogen is among ... More »

A volatile liquid is one that evaporates or vaporizes quickly at room temperature. Not all volatile substances are liquids; some are solids. More »

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, bromine is a naturally occurring element that is liquid at room temperature and is brownish-red in color with a smell that resembles bleach. Bromine can be fou... More »

Gold is a chemical element that exists in a dense, malleable solid state at room temperature. Gold liquefies when it is heated to a melting point of 1,948 degrees Fahrenheit. More »

The process of a gas changing to a liquid is called condensation, and for condensation to take place, the environment has to reach maximum vapor pressure, generally through a lowering of temperature in the case of the wa... More »