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How does the chemical reactivity of: halogens vary? - Chemistry

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How does the chemical reactivity of:

halogens vary?

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Solution

As we move down a group, the size keeps on increasing, so it becomes more difficult for atoms to attract electrons. Thus reactivity of halogens decreases from Fluorine to Astatine.

Concept: Study of Specific Groups in Periodic Table - Group VIIA Or Group 17 (The Halogens)
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