Which allotropic form of Phosphorus glows in dark?

Answer: White phosphorus 

Phosphorus comes in a variety of allotropic forms in nature. White phosphorus, black phosphorus, and red phosphorus are three common allotropic types of phosphorus. White phosphorus glows in the dark.

White Phosphorus Properties:

  1. Translucent like white waxy solid
  2. Poisonous in nature
  3. Less stable and more reactive
  4. Does not dissolve in water
  5. When mixed with carbon disulphide it dissolves
  6. Glows in the dark(chemiluminescence)

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