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Answered 2011-04-12 21:46:09

Dyes, agrochemicals, water purification, an emulsifier and others I can not remember. Google " bromine; everyday uses. "

I think it is used as some kind of fumigant too.

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Bromine at standard temperature has diatomic molecules, and by definition one mole of anything has Avogadro's Number of molecules. Therefore, 2.6 moles of bromine contain 2(exact) X 2.6 X 6.022 X 1023 or 3.1 X 1024 atoms, to the justified number of significant digits.

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The atomic ratio between the atoms is shown by the formula itself to be 1:3 for P:Br. The gram atomic mass of phosphorus is 30.9738, and the gram atomic mass of bromine is 79.904. Therefore, the ratio of phosphorus to bromine by mass is 30.9738/(3* X 79.904) or about 0.12921 to the justified number of significant digits. ______________________ *This is an exact digit

The equation 2 P + 3 Br2 -> 2 PBr3 shows the presence of two phosphorus atoms and 6 bromine atoms on each side of the equation. Therefore, the atomic ratio of P to Br is 1:3; both integers are exact. The gram atomic masses of phosphorus and bromine are 30.9738 and 79.904 respectively. Therefore, the mass ratio of Br to P is (3*)(79.904)/30.9738 or 7.73919, to the justified number of significant digits. ______________________ *This integer is exact.

Well I don't have the exact definition but its what you get before your report card that shows how your doing so far. If you want the definition of report card look somewhere else! ;-)

there are no elements which show exact properties but... 1) Luster : Graphite and iodine 2) Liquid metals : Bromine, Mercury 3) Thermal conductivity : Diamond 4) Electric " " : Graphite 5) Non metals which are hard : Graphite and Diamond

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The exact state of Bromine at Room temperature and pressure is between liquid and gas - as all liquids have a partial gas pressure. You can make its state change by degree by very minor changes in properties. But bromine's boiling is considered to be above room temperature.

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This exact question has been asked a hundred different ways:Stop flying aircraft at high altitudesStop adding long-lived molecules to the air that contain chlorine or bromine.Collect and retain / destroy said molecules when the opportunity presents itself.To reduce ozone depletion we must: Plant more treesAvoid using CFC's.

2NaHSO3 + Br2 + H2O = NaBr + NaOBr + SO2 + H3O+ I am not happy with this answer - you have a positive charge appearing from nowhere. Also NaHSO3 is sodium bisulfite the questioner asked for sodium metabisulfite which is Na2S2O5 . However, sodium metabisulfite in the presence of water does convert to sodium bisulfite Na2S2O5 + H2O = 2NaHSO3 2NaHSO3 + Br2 + H2O = 2NaBr + H2SO4 + H2SO3

The answer is model. I did a college report on it and that was the correct answer to that exact question.

This is called the boiling point. The exact temperature depends on what the liquid is. Each liquid has its own boiling point. For example, for water the boiling point is 100 degrees Celsius. The boiling point of ammonia is -33.34 degrees Celsius. The boiling point of bromine is 58.8 degrees Celsius. If you're looking for the temperature at which a specific liquid changes to a gas, ask a new question specifically about that liquid.

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this is creepy because i was searching the exact thing. i guess we are doing the exact same paper on greek mythology.

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it wasn't, many other people were doing the exact same thing

Because it is pointless doing an experiment if you are not going to be exact !

I have no idea what I am doing so do not blame me... I have the exact same question.

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i had the same exact question for my science report determining wether or not yeast cells are alive.

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