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substances that are gases at room temperature

The list of gases is too long to present here. Among the pure elements, the only ones are H2, He, F2, Cl2, Ne, Ar, Kr, Xe and Rn

We can add O2 and N2 to the list of elements that are gases at room T.

Yes, my mistake. Thanks, Bob

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