Chlorine is the 17th element in the periodic table. Since many of the colors and tones are very close to each other, they are combined. It is difficult to hear the difference in tone when the tones are within a few Hertz of each other, and for the purpose of this project, the exact tones are not necessary to hear the tonal relationships.

Chlorine

AngstromNanometer (rounded)Number UsedColorHertzHertz UsedNoteHertz
7744.97774774Dark Red 1352.05352.05F4342.23
7547.07755755Dark Red 2361.28361.28F#/G_4369.99
5443.37544500.9
5423.23542542Green 1502.76502.76
5392.12539505.66
5221.35522522Green 2522.2
5217.94522522.54522.54C5523.25
5078.26501501Blue Green536.92536.92
4917.73492554.44C#/D_5554.36
4904.77490490Cyan555.91555.91
4896.77490556.82
4810.06480479Light Blue566.85568
4794.55479568.69
3860.83386706.22D5587.33
3851.37385385Violet707.95707.5
3850.99385708.02F5698.46

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Here is a scale with all the tones:

Here is the Chlorine scale from the tone generator.:

And here is a little improvisation with the tones: