Red coloured bromine is formed. Bromides are displaced by chlorine.
Sodium bromide reacts with chlorine to produce sodium chloride and bromine. 2NaBr + Cl2 --> 2NaCl + Br2. Bromine in color, though may appear yellowish in low concentrations.
Ethanol doesn't react with bromine water.
Potassium reacts with nonmetals such as chlorine, bromine, fluorine, oxygen and iodine.
alkenes will discolour bromine wateras the alkene reacts with it
Carbon doesn't react with bromine even at high temperature.
Potassium reacts with bromine to form the salt known as potassium bromide. 2K + Br2 --> 2KBr
It is bromine. Edit: NO. It is NOT bromine. The third period halogen is chlorine (Cl). Bromine happens to be in period 4.
Sodium bromide(NaBr) is formed
all of the halogens: bromine, fluorine, oxygen, chlorine and iodine. and it is highly reactive with water.
Gold reacts with chlorine, or bromine, to form the trihalides gold (III) chloride, AuCl3, or gold (III) bromide, AuBr3, respectively.
It produces Bromopropane(C3H7Br) and Hydrogen chloride
Gold (Au) reacts violently with the Halogens (Fluorine, Chlorine, Bromine, Iodine and Astatine).
Chlorine displaces bromine as it is more reactive, and it creates sodium chloride aqueous and bromine aqueous.
Br2 + KCl ---> no reaction. Bromine is less active than chlorine, so it will not replace it. Therefore, there will tend to be no reaction in this case.
It reacts with more than 3. It reacts with oxygen, Fluorine, chlorine, bromine and Iodine. It can also react with nitrogen, sulfur and phosphorous
All that happens if you crush up a bromine and a chlorine tablet and mix them in water is it becomes a stronger substance to kill bacteria, however i would not recommend getting in that water it can damage your skin.
it forms salt. sodium chloride
If you mean chlorine bleach, then yeas. Particularly this happens in hypochlorite bleaches.
Chlorine is Cl2 (chlorine is diatomic) and potassium bromine is KBr.
Bromine replaces the iodide to form a Bromide.BaI2 + Br2 ----> BaBr2 + I2
2 bromophenol, 4 bromophenol and hydrogen bromide are formed
The chemical equation is:C2H2 + 2 Br2 = C2Br2H4
Chlorine + Magnesium Bromide ----> Magnesium Chloride + Bromine
Bromine reacts with the double / triple bonds giving typically a colourless compound. the bromine water therefore fades as the bromine reacts.