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The Halides are a group of Inorganic Compounds that result when any of the Halogens combine with a metallic Element. They represent the 17th Family of the Periodic Table. Halides are soft, weak, and brittle. Most Halides are watersoluble. Sodium Fluoride is found in your toothpaste. The most famous Halide is halite, known scientifically as Sodium Chloride, but more commonly known as table salt. [LM] {CI}

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