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28 September, 17:31

Cl2 (g) + NaBr (g) >Br2 (g) NaCl (aq)

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  1. 28 September, 17:51
    So, I'm guessing that youre trying to balance Cl2+NaBr->Br2+NaCl?

    To balance this, the reaction would turn into:


    So now both sides each have 2 Chlorides, 2 Sodiums and 2 Bromines
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