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C6: Groups in the Periodic Table and Reactions

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Cl^(2) + 2KBr = Br^(2) + 2KCl What is happening here?

Author: Bryn Irons




Answer:
Chlorine is more reactive The chlorine atom is oxidising and becoming an ion Chlorine is losing electrons Bromine is less reactive the Bromine ion is being reduced and becoming an atom Bromine is gaining electrons


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