Test: AP Chemistry

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Why are atomic halogens relatively reactive?

Halogens are monovalent anions, so they are very reactive

The valence shell of halogens has diradical character

Halogens have an unpaired electron in their valence shell and they only need one more electron to obtain an octet

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Gaseous halogens are very stable

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