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It will turn colorless because bromine is an unsaturated compound and unsaturated compound have double bonds

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Actually no...ethane ( Alkane class in general ) decolourise bromine water due to the absence of the double bond ( C=C ) ethene (alkenes in general ) will decolourise the bromine water..

You could chemically differentiate between methane and ethene by treating them with Ozone and Hydrogen Peroxide. This would cleave the double bond in ethene to form two carboxylic acids, but would make water and O2 with methane.

Bromine water is a dilute solution of bromine that is normally orange-brown in colour, but becomes colourless when shaken with an alkene. Alkenes can decolourise bromine water, while alkanes cannot.

Bromine (Br) is highly soluble in water. So it would dilute itself based on the amount of each.

A radioactive bromine (a bromine with an extra neutron added to it) would be the element with 35 protons and 46 neutrons.

Bromine is a liquid at room temperature. If you were to touch it, it would feel like water, except that it is toxic and causes burns.

The element Bromine is reddish brown liquid at room temperature. An aqueous solution of Bromine would be a solution of Bromine in water.thanks hope it helped youalso: How_do_you_raise_the_ph_levels_in_your_pool

It would feel like a water like substance. DO NOT TOUCH!! Long term contact with bromine may cause cancer.

There would be no reaction because astatine is less reactive than bromine.

When NaCl is added to water, you would observe that it dissolves quite readily.

if you added water to clam chowder it would taste really watery

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.

Lithium and bromine would form an ionic bond, where the lithium would donate one electron to the bromine.

Any Halogen gas; F2, Cl2,Br2,I2....

It depends on the concentration but this would be pretty acidic - pH of 0 -1 .

There would be no reaction if bromine was mixed with benzene.

Its alkene because ethene would be alkene and for example ethanol would be alkane.Edit: The molecular formula of ethene (IUPAC name ethylene) is C2H4. The two carbon atoms will form a double bond (with each other) and single bonds with the 4 remaining H atoms.Alkenes are carbon compounds that have atleast one double bond present in their structure. Hence ethene is an alkene.

Inert solvent is a solvent that does not react with your reaction system. means, it does not interfere between your reactants . . .Inert solvent like CCL4 does not do anything to Bromine, e.g. Bromine water, which is red-brown in colour, when added to CCL4 , its colour remains same.

Sugar solution would be the solution.Water would be the solvent.Added sugar would be the SOLUTE.

Lithium chloride would dissolve in water.

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A sodium lamp would not disappear when added to water. However the lamp would probably never be usable again.

Two, this is due to the oxygen being the limiting element to form water. If this compound was split to form water would leave C2H4 which is Ethene. After burning with oxygen: six

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