1 Introduction Of Halogen Family
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1 Introduction Of Halogen Family

2 Occurence And Abundance
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2 Occurence And Abundance

3 Electronic Configuration Of Halogens
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3 Electronic Configuration Of Halogens

5 Metallic And Non-Metallic Nature
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5 Metallic And Non-Metallic Nature

6 Melting And Boiling Points
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6 Melting And Boiling Points

7 Atomic Radii And Ionic Radii
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7 Atomic Radii And Ionic Radii

8 Atomic Volume And Density
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8 Atomic Volume And Density

9 Ionisation Enthalpies
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9 Ionisation Enthalpies

14 Reduction Potentials And Oxidising Nature
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14 Reduction Potentials And Oxidising Nature

15 Bond Energy And Reactivity
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15 Bond Energy And Reactivity

19 Reaction With Metals
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19 Reaction With Metals

20 Reaction With Non-Metals
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20 Reaction With Non-Metals

21 Reaction With Hydrocarbons
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21 Reaction With Hydrocarbons

22 Reaction With Hydrogen
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22 Reaction With Hydrogen

23 Compounds With Oxygen
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23 Compounds With Oxygen

25 The hypohalous Acids Or Halic
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25 The hypohalous Acids Or Halic

26 The Halic Acids Or Halic
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26 The Halic Acids Or Halic

27 The Parhalicacids Or Tetra Oxo-Halic
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27 The Parhalicacids Or Tetra Oxo-Halic

28 Reaction With Alkalies
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28 Reaction With Alkalies

29 Anomalous Behavior Of Fluorine
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29 Anomalous Behavior Of Fluorine

30 Halogen Acid Or Hydracids
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30 Halogen Acid Or Hydracids

31 Methods Of Preparation
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31 Methods Of Preparation

32 Classification Of Interhalogen Compounds
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32 Classification Of Interhalogen Compounds

33 Method Of Preparation
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33 Method Of Preparation

34 Structure Of Interhalogen Compounds
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34 Structure Of Interhalogen Compounds


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