Liquid bromine reacts v solid potassium steel to form solid potassium bromide.

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I know bromine exists together a diatomic molecule and K+ and also BR-.

My prize was: K + Br*2* ---> K*2BR2*

However, exactly answer is: KBr

Edit: OH WAIT!, I simply realized something...

I think my prize is "right" other than I didn't reduce!! Correct?

Sorry for wasting her time if ns corrected myself! nearly none of these troubles reduce, and I simply forgot!


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· 8y
2K + Br2 -> 2KBr would probably have been correct...


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· 8y

Thank you, i forgot to add the balancing to the post. I have actually to get on top of those details!!


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· 8y

2K + Br2 ---> 2KBr

K is +1, Br is -1

Balance the out


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· 8y

Forgot to add the balance come the post. Ns did the on my file though, give thanks to you.

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