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How is the chemistry of fluorine different from other halogens? why is the chemistry of fluorine different from that of the other halogens?

  1. How is the chemistry of fluorine different from other halogens?
  2. why is the chemistry of fluorine different from that of the other halogens?

Grade:6

2 Answers

Shramana Kar
112 Points
3 years ago
Fluorine is the smallest halogen.It is the most electronegative atom in periodic table.It has no d-orbital as it belongs to 2nd period and the bond dissociation energy is too high.Mainly for these reasons fluorine shows an anomalous behavior.
Muskan
13 Points
2 years ago
High electronegativiy
High I.E
High Reduction potential
Low bond dissociation enthalpy
Low electon gain enthalpy
M.pt and B.pt low 

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