Halogens

by: Sierrah Callaway

What are they?

The halogens are five non-metallic elements found in group 17 of the periodic table. These compounds are called "salts." These have three states of matter solid, liquid, and gas. Gas - Fluorine and Chlorine, Liquid - Bromine, Solid - Iodine, Astatine, these have 7 electrons.

Where can you find them? What are they used for?

You can find halogens in all sorts of things such as, electronic fluids, clothing and cloth, medication, and even wood treatments. Halogens are big uses in our life, very important you can find these because you might be flying in part of one, drinking out of part of one, and even trying part of one.