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Match the following properties to the appropriate element listed

Elements
a) fluorine
b) chlorine
c) Bromine
d) iodine
Properties
1. has largest anion
2. is the most electronegative
3. has the highest bonding enery
4. is a liquid at room temperature

i think i got my anwsers right but i wanna see cansome one tell me how they would anwser this?

i put
1D, 2A, 3B, 4C

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