Cl2 + 2KBr -----> Br2 + 2KCl
2 K + Br2 -> 2 Kbr
Balanced:2 K + Br2 ----> 2 KBr
Yes, the equation K + Br2 = KBr is a balanced chemical equation. For example, 2 K + Br2 = 2 KBr is one and another balance chemical equation is Fe + Cl2 = FeCl3.
Chlorine is a stronger reducing agent than bromine. The bromine is forced to accept electrons from chlorine. Cl2 + 2KBr --> Br2 + 2KCl
An example is:KBr + Cl2 = KCl + Br2
cl2 kbr---kcl br2i think u mean balance it right ^^;here u have cl2 kbr---kcl br2 so what u do iscl2 kbr---kcl br2cl=2 cl=1k=1 k=1br=1 br=2so u need to balance that ...u need to add (2) to kbr and add (2) to kcl so that u have Cl2 (2)KBr ----(2)KCl Br2 hope that will help ^^ so now u have them balanced by adding 2 in front of kbr that means u r multiplying them by 2 so that K is going to be k=2 and br is going to be br=2 and u r doing that because there is br =1 on one side and the other side there is br=2 and u need them balanced. By adding 2 to kcl means that the other k now is k=2 so as cl. hope its helpful ^____~
The reaction presumably is Cl2 + 2 KBr = 2KCl + Br2. The potassium chloride (KCl) is a salt.
Yes, the reaction is:Cl2 + 2 KBr = 2 KCl + Br2
This is most often called a "single displacement" reaction.
The reaction with chlorine is:2 KBr + Cl2 = 2 KCl + Br2
The salt potassium bromide. The chemical equation is 2 K + Br2 -> 2 KBr.
Cl2 (g)+ KBr (aq) —> KCI (aq) + Br2 (I)Mg (s) + 2H2O (g) —> Mg(OH)2(aq) + H2 (g)
KBr + Ch2Cl2 + HCl + HOCl you can only balance something if it reacts and produces something else. right now your chemical reaction doesnt form anything. it needs products for the reactants to be balances.
A) 2KI + BR2 --> KBR + I2 B) PCl3 + Cl2 --> PCl5 C) C5H12 + 8O2 --> 5CO2 + 6H2O D) Zn + 2HBr --> ZnBr2 + H2 =D
This is called a redox (reduction-oxidation) reaction
First write a balanced chemical equation: 2K + Br2 ---> 2KBR Find the limiting reactant by using the moles of each element and determining which one gives you the smallest number of moles of potassium bromide. 2.92 mol K (2 mol KBr/2 mol K)= 2.92 mol KBr 1.78 mol Br2 (2 mol KBR/1 mol Br2)=3.56 mol KBr potassium is your limiting reactant so the max. number of moles of KBr that can be produced is 2.92 mol of KBr
kbr + h2so4 = khso4+ hbr+ br2+ so2
The chemical reaction is:Br2 + 2 K = 2 KBr
Chlorine is Cl2 (chlorine is diatomic) and potassium bromine is KBr.
Nothing there won't be a reaction.
2KBr + 2H2O----->2KOH + Br2 + H2(g) this is the reaction in electrolysis of KBr in aqueous solution
Any reaction occur.
Br2 (g) + 2 KI (aq) 2KBr (aq) + I2 (s)