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Answered 2010-12-28 14:16:54

(H) Hydrogen

(O) Oxygen

(F) Fluorine

(Br) Bromine

(I) Iodine

(N) Nitrogen

(Cl) Chlorine

An easy way to remember is HOFBrINCl.

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