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As of Loong's suggestion, I'd put the answer removing it from comment section: The name should be 4,4-dibromo-3,5-dichloro-2,5-difluoro-3,5-diiodo-pentan-2-ol as Maurice pointed out. However, keep in mind that there are 3 chiral centers within the molecule. But, the indicated name is okay since stereochemistry of the molecule is not shown. If $\ce{OH}$ group ...


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It is not. Presenting the order of ionic radii like that is useless. Ionic radius of a given ion is not constant and mainly rely on crystal structure (coordination environment, more precisely) and used experimental techniques (crystal structure determination and theoretical calculations). As a consequence, you can only compare homogeneous data. Proposing the ...


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If you suspect that there is something different going on here, and I believe you are right. My take, in the presence of lab light, $\ce{Ag2O}$ and $\ce{H2O}$ actually results, in the formation of the hydroxyl radical ($\ce{.OH}$) and the hydrogen atom radical ($\ce{.H}$) via the creation of a powerful photocatalyst couple $\ce{Ag2O-Ag}$ as outlined in this ...


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