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Reactions of Halogens with Metals
They react together to produce ionic salts.
The halogen atoms gain an electron to
form a hailde ion which carries a charge of
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Reactions of Halogens with Other NonMetals
They react together to form covalent (molecular) compounds.

Displacement Reactions of Halogens
A more reactive halogen will displace a less reactive halogen from an
aqueous solution of its salt, i.e. chlorine will displace bromine and iodine
while bromine will displace iodine.


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