Consider this table of experimental data. In each case, two aqueous solutions were thoroughly mixed, and a small amount of organic solvent was then added, forming a separate layer in the reaction mixture.
What conclusion can be drawn from these observations?
(A) Neither chlorine and bromine are able to displace iodide ion.
(B) Both chlorine and bromine are able to displace iodine ion.
(C) Chlorine is able to displace both bromide and iodide ion.
(D) Iodine is able to displace bromide ion, but not chloride ion.
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