The hallogens and halide ions.

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As we go down group 7, what happens to the boiling point?
Increases
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If I combined Chlorine with aqueous sodium bromide, what colour solution would I obtain?
Brown
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What is the role of sodium in the reaction: Cl + NaI --> NaCl + I
Spectator ion
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In the reaction of H2SO4 to SO2 by bromide ions, what would we expect be produced?
Acidic gasses
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What type of reaction is this? : Br + NaI --> NaBr + I
Displacement
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What is a disproportionation reaction?
Where oxidation and reduction are occuring at the same time in the same species.
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What would happen if fluorine was bubbled through sodium asatide solution?
Astatine would be produced.
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What would happen if we mixed astatine with sodium fluoride solution?
Nothing.
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What type of reaction is this? : 2NaOH+Cl2 --> NaOCl+NaCl+H2O
Disproportionation
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When going down group 7, what happens to the oxidising power?
Decreases
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