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The halogens have a simple molecular structure of diatomic molecules.
All group VII elements have high melting and boiling points.
The colours of halogens get lighter and less intense down the group.
The density of the liquid at the boiling point decreases down the group.
Displacement reactions involve one type of atom or ion replacing another in a compound.
Halides are diatomic molecules that are elements.
A halogen higher in the group is less reactive than one lower in the group.