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Why is the rate of reactivity to halogenations in the order: F2>Cl2>Br2 although in the initiation step , it will be more difficult to form fluorine free radicals….?

Why is the rate of reactivity to halogenations in the order: F2>Cl2>Br2  although in the initiation step , it will be more difficult to form fluorine free radicals….?

Grade:12

3 Answers

piyush garg
9 Points
12 years ago

because bond dissosiation energy of f2 is very small

sumit kumar
33 Points
12 years ago

i think it is highest in fluorine!!

sohail saifuddin inamdar
18 Points
12 years ago
because of high electronegativity and small size of fluorine

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