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{{About|the chemical series}}
 
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The '''halogens''' or '''halogen elements''' ({{IPAc-en|ˈ|h|æ|l|ɵ|dʒ|ɨ|n}}) are a [[group (periodic table)|group]] in the [[periodic table]] consisting of five chemically related [[chemical element|elements]], [[fluorine]] (F), [[chlorine]] (Cl), [[bromine]] (Br), [[iodine]] (I), and [[astatine]] (At). The artificially created element 117 ([[ununseptium]]) may also be a halogen. In the modern [[IUPAC]] nomenclature, this group is known as '''group 17'''.
 
The '''halogens''' or '''halogen elements''' ({{IPAc-en|ˈ|h|æ|l|ɵ|dʒ|ɨ|n}}) are a [[group (periodic table)|group]] in the [[periodic table]] consisting of five chemically related [[chemical element|elements]], [[fluorine]] (F), [[chlorine]] (Cl), [[bromine]] (Br), [[iodine]] (I), and [[astatine]] (At). The artificially created element 117 ([[ununseptium]]) may also be a halogen. In the modern [[IUPAC]] nomenclature, this group is known as '''group 17'''.
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