2 BrCl = Cl2 + Br2
BrCl i think!!
The answer is BrCl
It is polar
No, it is covalent
Bromine monochloride, BrCl
BrCl does contain a covalent bond. It has a covalent bond because both elements are nonmetals, and the chlorine has more electronegativity than the bromine.
-1 for Cl and +1 for Br
There will be four peaks in the mass spectrum.
The molar mass of bromine chloride is 115,357 g.
BrCI is a covalent compound because it consists of two non-metals.
how many peaks are there in mass spectrum of BrCl
Yes, they form BrCl and BrCl3 . such compounds have covalent bonds and known as Interhalogens.
CaCO3 is solid at room temperature
81Br37Cl=117.882 81Br35Cl= 115.885 79Br37Cl=115.884 79Br35Cl =113.887
6 lone pairs.
BrCI is a molecular compound. It consists of two non-metals with negligible electronegativity difference.
Li2O CsF CaCl2 are all ionic