halógeno

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See also: halogeno

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Etymology[edit]

From Swedish halogen, coined by chemist Jöns Jakob Berzelius based on Ancient Greek ἅλς (háls, salt), due to the nature of halides, the salt compounds that halogens form with metals. Synchronically analyzable as halo- +‎ -geno.

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Noun[edit]

halógeno m (plural halógenos)

  1. (inorganic chemistry) halogen

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Adjective[edit]

halógeno (feminine halógena, masculine plural halógenos, feminine plural halógenas)

  1. (relational) halogen

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