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With water, hydrogen, iron and oxygen

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Lithium with water -bubbles of gas -hissing sounds -gets smaller and smaller -moves around surface of the water
Sodium - moves around surface of the water - hissing - bubbles of gas - gets smaller and smaller - melts into a shiny ball
Potassium with water - moves around surface of the water - hissing sound - bubbles of gas - melts into a shiny ball - burns with a lilac flame - gets smaller and smaller
Chlorine at room temp Pale green gas
Bromine at room temp Red brown liquid
Iodine Black solid and purple gas
Chlorine with iron Hot iron wool glows brightly when chlorine pass' over it. Brown smoke forms and a brown solid is left behind.
Bromine with iron Hot iron wool glows less brightly than chlorine. Brown smoke and brown solid formed.
Iodine Hot iron wool glows least brightly brown smoke and brown solid.
Chlorine with hydrogen A mixture of hydrogen and chlorine explodes when exposed to UV radiation
Bromine reacts with hydrogen A mixture of bromine vapour and hydrogen reacts when heated
Iodine reacting with hydrogen A mixture of hydrogen and iodine vapour will react when heated but does not reach completion
Mg and oxygen Burns with a bright white light and produces a white powder
C and oxygen Burns with a yellow-orange and a colourless gas is produced
Sulfur and oxygen Burns with a blue flame to form a colourless gas
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