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What does bromine form?

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Answered 2011-03-02 01:56:50

Bromine is an element by itself, it does not form anything (besides bromine) until you add it with another element to form a compound.

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Bromine has a metallic luster in its sold form

bromine creates bromine irons and the symbol for that is Br

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The chemical symbol for the element bromine is Br. The elemental form of bromine is theoretically in the diatomic form (Br2), but it is not found in that form freely. Most of the bromine on earth exist as bromide salts in crustal rock.Chemical symbol for stable bromine is Br2. The state of matter of it is liquid. It is red-brown in colour.

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Potassium and bromine will form an ionic bond.

Yes: Bromine reacts with sodium to form sodium bromide.

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anion. bromine is a non metal which gains an electron making it negative.

When calcium and bromine combine, they form the ionic compound calcium bromide, CaBr2.

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