Which halogen is the weakest oxidizing agent? Strongest vander waal forces are in? Intensity of the colour of halogen depends upon? Which halogen has pale yellow colour? Which has naturally positive oxidation state? The most electronegative element is? Which halogen has greater electron affinity? ___________ Lattice energies of ionic fluorides are responsible for their insolubility in water? HF is less visous than water due to ________ ? Melting points, boiling points, heats of fusion + heats of vaporization _________ regularly from Hu to HI?
Liquid neon has ___________ times more refrigeration capacity than liquid helium? Xenon trioxide is obtained by slow hydrolysis of _______________? Numerous antiseptics, insecticides, weed killers and herbicides are manufactured from ____________? Oxides of ___________ are dark volatile liquids with low thermal stability? Bromine causes burns which heal quickly? Iodine exists in solid state due to strong Vander waal’s forces? Gaseous HF consists of an equilibrium mixture of monomers and cyclic hexamers? Acidic strength of halogen acids increases down the halogen group?
Oxygen containing acids of fluorine are reasonably stable? Ethylene dibromide is added to leaded gasoline to save the engine from lead oxide an lead sulphate deposits? The oxidation state of Xenon in its compounds ranges from +2 to +6? The factor which does not effect the oxidizing power of a halogen is? When chlorine is reacted with NaOH at high temperature the products are? Chlorine gas is not used for the preparation of?