Fluorine , Bromine , Iodine are similar to chlorine. They are non-metals placed in group-17.
Chlorine is more electronegative than iodine.
chlorine is more active than bromine which is more active than iodine
Fluorine is more chemically similar to chlorine than it is to oxygen. Fluorine and chlorine both have 7 valance electrons, whereas oxygen has 6.
Both iodine and chlorine cause various degrees of corrosion. However, the corrosion effect of chlorine is dramatically more than iodine.
Oxygen is more electronegative than chlorine. The electronegativity of oxygen is 3.44 and that of chlorine is 3.16 on the Pauling scale.
Chlorine is more electro negative.Iodine has the lowest among halogens
It reacts with more than 3. It reacts with oxygen, Fluorine, chlorine, bromine and Iodine. It can also react with nitrogen, sulfur and phosphorous
The world's atmosphere includes Nitrogen, Oxygen, Hydrogen, Carbon Dioxide, Helium, Argon, Radon, Fluorine, Chlorine, Bromine, Iodine, Neon, and more.
Electron affinity of chlorine is far grater than oxygen. For oxygen, its value is 141 KJ/mole whereas for Chlorine, it is 349 KJ/mole. Thus, adding an electron is more favourable in case of a gaseous chlorine atom
theyhave more neutrons and protons
The boiling point of iodine (184.3 0C) is substantially higher than the boiling point of chlorine (-34 0C). Each element occurs at standard temperature and pressure as diatomic molecules; iodine molecules have substantially more mass than chlorine molecules; dispersion forces will be higher beween iodine molecules as they have more electrons than chlorine molecules. Both these factors contribute, mass will alomost certainly be the predominant factor.
There are more than three such elements: at least hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine, chlorine, bromine, and iodine, probably also astatine.
No. Fluorine and chlorine are more or less green, bromine is orange, and iodine is violet to red.
Not with oxygen, more easily with chlorine and fluorine.
Free oxygen atoms can replace the chlorine in chlorine monoxide, releasing a free atom of chlorine which can then recombine with an oxygen atom in ozone, destroying more ozone.
Iodine will help many cells which are difficult to see become more visible. When the iodine contacts the oxygen in the cell, that portion turns black making the sample more visible.
No, alcohol (or more technically ethanol) is a compound of hydrogen, carbon, and oxygen
Chlorine has been found at high altitudes. Oxygen can be bonded with chlorine, since it is more electronegative than chlorine. Under solar irradiation present at the elevation of the "ozone layer", chlorine can be excited to take an oxygen atom from the ozone molecule, and later yield that oxygen atom up to a passing oxygen atom that might otherwise make ozone. It can even pass the lone oxygen on to another ozone molecule, forming 2O2 molecules. The chlorine is then in a receptive state to do it again.
oxygen is the second highly electronagetivity elements. they make the bond easily then the clorine.....
Well the covalent bond between chlorine and carbon will of greater strength than between iodine and carbon, since chlorine has a greater electronegativity and so is attracted to the bonded pair of electrons more strongly than iodine and so iodine will be able to be donated to the AgNO3 and react to form the AgI precipitate much more readily.
A compound containing one or more of the halogen elements (fluorine, chlorine, bromine, and iodine) but mainly hydrogen and carbon.
it is fatter and bigger there fore is heavier so has more protons and neutrons
I think so... but i would check the Periodic table to make sure if i were you