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Electrons are shared between the chlorine atoms and the bromine atoms.

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Q: What happens when chlorine reacts with bromine?
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What happen when chlorine reacts with bromine?

Electrons are shared between the chlorine atoms and the bromine atoms.

What are the observations when chlorine reacts with potassium bromide?

Red coloured bromine is formed. Bromides are displaced by chlorine.

What happens when ethanol reacts with bromine water?

Ethanol doesn't react with bromine water.

What does potassium react with?

Potassium reacts with nonmetals such as chlorine, bromine, fluorine, oxygen and iodine.

Why does when sodiumbromide reacts with chlorine the solution turns yellow?

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What happens when carbon reacts with bromine?

Carbon doesn't react with bromine even at high temperature.

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Carbon tetrachloride.

What happens when Potassium Metal reacts with liquid bromine?

Potassium reacts with bromine to form the salt known as potassium bromide. 2K + Br2 --> 2KBr

What happens when bromine reacts with sodium?

Sodium bromide(NaBr) is formed

Which element is the third period halogen?

It is bromine. Edit: NO. It is NOT bromine. The third period halogen is chlorine (Cl). Bromine happens to be in period 4.

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all of the halogens: bromine, fluorine, oxygen, chlorine and iodine. and it is highly reactive with water.

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