Interesting question. That depends on the temperature. Chlorine is a halogen, and is a gas at 0 degrees celsius (or 32 F). At that temperature, it wouldn’t make much of a sound. It melts at 171.6 K, which is about -101.55 degrees celsius (really cold). Between there and about 239.11 K (-34 celsius – its boiling point), it would make a swooshy sound, because it would be liquid. Below that, it would be solid. And cold. Very, very cold.
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