Halogens are elements that can be found in group 7 of the periodic table. They have 7 electrons in their outer shell and thus can form only a single covalent bond with other elements. Examples of halogens include chlorine, bromine and fluorine. A carbon compound that is covalently bonded with chlorine or bromine is called a halocarbon.
A carbon compound with a covalently bonded chlorine or bromine is called _____. an amide an halocarbon an alcohol an aldehyde