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Problem: What are the predicted products for the following single replacement reaction?NaBr(aq) + Cl2 →Choose 1 answer:a. ClBr(aq) and Nab. No reactionc. NaCl(aq) and Br2d. NaCl2(aq) and Br

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We are asked to predict the product for the given reaction, let’s first write the analyze the reactants in the reaction.


Reactants:

NaBr(aq)

• Sodium (Na) is a metal from group 1A

• Bromine (Br) is a non-metal from group 7A

• A metal paired with a non-metal indicates an ionic compound

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What are the predicted products for the following single replacement reaction?

NaBr(aq) + Cl2

Choose 1 answer:

a. ClBr(aq) and Na

b. No reaction

c. NaCl(aq) and Br2

d. NaCl2(aq) and Br

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