who's doin bromine????
look in mindat.org
here are all the minerals for bromine
the sulfides are usually the primary ones
oxides are secondary, not sure bout the rest i think secondary
Sunlight wouldn't be enough energy to carry out the reaction between n-hexane and bromine. The energy source, however, may have been written has "hv" as a way to describe the radiation or high-wavelength energy for the reaction, which is possible in a more controlled environment. In this scenario, the reaction between n-hexane and bromine is a bromination reaction--generation of a bromine radical and attaching one or more bromine molecules to hexane. It is more likely that it will attach to a secondary carbon rather its primary, and its location of attachment between the available secondary carbons would be a mixture.
Mineralogy is the study of minerals.
It is a primary product
To distinguish between primary alkylamine and primary arylamine, reaction with aqueous bromine (Bromine water, Br2) can be carry out. There will be a formation of 2,4,6-tribromophenylamine which seen as white precipitate. Also, colour of bromine colour will be decolourized.
primary: Raul Secondary: Julie
primary and secondary demand
Primary Means, it is individual there is no dependence, But Secondary will allays depends on Primary, If you want to do Secondary, you should complete primary first, There is no precondition to primary, but for Secondary Primary is the Precondition, first you should do primary, then only you are able to do secondary.
Voltage on primary/Primary turns = Voltage on secondary/Secondary turns
primary and secondary coilsAnswerPrimary and secondary windings.
Primary is IgM and secondary is IgG
Secondary colors are colors that are made from primary colors EX: Primary- red, blue =secondary- purple Primary- blue, yellow =secondary - green etc.
The current in the secondary when the voltage is twice the primary will be one half of the primary. The current in the primary when the voltage is twice the secondary will be twice the secondary.
is a rat a primary consumer or a secondary consumer or a primary consumer