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Chlorine water is partailly some hydrate of water and a mixture of HCl and HOClCl2 + H2O = HCl + HOClin the case of NaBr2NaBr + Cl2 = 2NaCl + Br2Br2 can react with exces of CleBr2 + Cl2 = 2 BrCl and colour of bromine water disappears.
Please describe deeply what happen when pour Clorine solution to NaBr and NaI solutions. Is there any thing different in two cases?
Is it possible to have three reactants on one side?
Yes. Chlorine doesn't react with chlorides, but reacts with bromides and iodides, replacing them in the salts.
I see, but what can we see differences beetween Cl2 + NaBr --> NaCl + Br2 and Cl2 + NaI --> NaCl + I2 ? I guess the solutions in two case are the same color.
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