The hallogens and halide ions.

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  • Created on: 28-05-14 12:08

1. What is a disproportionation reaction?

  • Where oxidation and reduction are occuring at the same time in the same species.
  • It isnt a real type of reaction.
  • Oxidation and reduction occuring at the same time.
  • A type of displacment reaction.
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2. In the reaction of H2SO4 to SO2 by bromide ions, what would we expect be produced?

  • Colourless solution
  • Acidic gasses
  • White precipitate

3. If I combined Chlorine with aqueous sodium bromide, what colour solution would I obtain?

  • Blue
  • Brick red
  • Brown
  • Green

4. What type of reaction is this? : Br + NaI --> NaBr + I

  • Exothermic
  • Elimination substitution
  • Displacement
  • Redox

5. As we go down group 7, what happens to the boiling point?

  • Increases
  • Decreases


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