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Reactions of the Halogens

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At the end of this activity, students should be able to: – account for the high reactivity of the halogens – describe the trend in the reactivity with increasing atomic number of the halogens within the group – explain why chlorine is more reactive than bromine – write equations for reactions of halogens with metals and hydrogen – account for the acidic character of hydrogen halides – mention the most important properties and applications of hydrochloric acid – predict whether a molecule of a given halogen will react with a simple ion of another halogen.
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