What chemical element has the lowest boiling point?

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What chemical element has the lowest boiling point?

Boiling point:

Boiling point is the temperature of a liquid when the pressure exerted by the atmosphere upon a liquid is equaled by the pressure coming from the gas of the liquid. When that temperature or the boiling point is attained then any heat added will change the liquid to gas without raising the temperature.

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The chemical with the lowest boiling point is Helium. Helium has the chemical symbol of He and has an atomic number of 2 and it begins to boil at sea...

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