Answer to Question #101510 in Inorganic Chemistry for Nazia thabassum

Question #101510
Why bromine and iodine doesnot form halous acids...
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2020-01-20T05:11:16-0500

Answer: Bromine and iodine can form halous acid. Fluorine can't form halous acid. Bromine and iodine can attain positive oxidation state. Fluorine due to its high ionic potential and high negative electronegatvity, this element can't attain positive oxidation state.


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