The P Block: Group 7

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What are the elements in group 7 called?
Halogens
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Which halogen is a pale yellow gas at room temperature?
fluorine
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Which halogen is a dark red liquid at room temperature?
bromine
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Which halogen is a green gas at room temperature?
chlorine
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Which halogen is a shiny black solid at room temperature?
iodine
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Which halogen quickly forms a brown gas on warming?
bromine
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Which halogen sublimes on warming to give a purple vapour?
iodine
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Which halogen reacts with water?
fluorine
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Which halogen is slightly soluble in water to give a pale green solution?
chlorine
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Which halogen is slightly soluble in water to give a red-brown solution?
bromine
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Which halogen is barely soluble in water to give a brown solution?
iodine
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Which halogen is soluble in organic solvents to give a pale green solution?
chlorine
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Which halogen is soluble in organic solvent to give a red solution?
bromine
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Which halogen is soluble in organic solvent to give a violet solution
iodine
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How do all of the halogens exist as elements?
diatomic non-polar molecules
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What are the intramolecular bonds in the halogens?
covalent bonds
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What are the intermolecular bonds in the halogens?
instantaneous dipole-induced dipole
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Which halogen is the most reactive?
fluorine
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Which halogen is the least reactive?
iodine
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Which halide ion forms a white precipitate with silver ions?
chlorine
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Which halide ion forms a cream precipitate with silver ions?
bromine
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Which halide ion forms a yellow precipitate with silver ions?
iodine
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Which halogen displaces chlorine, bromine and iodine?
fluorine
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Which halogen displaces bromine and iodine?
chlorine
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Which halogen displaces iodine?
bromine
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What are all halogens: reducing agents or oxidising agents?
oxidising agents
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Does the strength as oxidising agents increase or decrease as you go down the group?
decrease
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Is fluorine, iodine, chlorine or bromine made in situ when used for chemical reactions?
fluorine
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Which halogen is a highly toxic gas?
chlorine
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Which halogen is transported in lead-lined steel tanks supported in strong metal frames?
bromine
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