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What is a displacement reaction?
When a more reactive halogen 'gets rid of' a less reactive one.
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What is the symbol equation for when bromine water is added to potassium iodide.
Br2 H20 +KI2 = KBr2 +I2 H20
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Why does bromine displace iodine?
because it is more reactive.
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What is a redox reaction?
when oxidation and reduction are recurring at the same time.
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chlorine water is added to potassuim bromide, what is the colour before and after this reaction has taken place? And why?
Colourless into orange. Because this is the colour of
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What is the symbol equation for when bromine water is added to potassium iodide.

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Br2 H20 +KI2 = KBr2 +I2 H20

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Why does bromine displace iodine?

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What is a redox reaction?

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chlorine water is added to potassuim bromide, what is the colour before and after this reaction has taken place? And why?

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