Group 7 The Halogens- Unit 3

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What happens as you go down Group 7?
The halogens become less reactive as it's harder to gain an extra electron, because the outer shell's further from the nucleus. It also has a higher melting and boiling point
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What are all Halogens?
Non-metals with coloured vapours
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Name some of the Halogens and their properties
Fluorine is very reactive- poisonous yellow gas, chlorine is fairly reactive- poisonous dense green gas, bromine is very dense-poisonous red brown volatile liquid, iodine is a dark crystalline solid- purple vapour
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Halogens form what?
Ionic bonds with metals
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The halogens form 1- ions called what when they bond with metals?
Halides (F-, Cl-,Br- and I-)
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What will more reactive halogens do?
Displace less reactive ones- from an aqueous solution of its salts
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