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Which of the following is stable nitrogen halide?

Options: (a) NF3 (b) NCl3 (c) NBr3 (d) NI3
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NF3

Nitrogen is an element of second period and it cannot hold 3 larger halogen atoms efficiently, hence NF3 is the only stable halide.
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