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What is the balanced chemical equation for the reaction that takes place between bromine and sodium iodide? A. Br2 + NaI - >NaBr + I2 B. Br2+ 2NaI - > 2NaBr + I2 C.
Br2 + NaI2 - > NaBr + I2 D. Br2 + Na2I - > NaBr + I2
D. Br2 + Na2I - > NaBr + I2
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User: What is the balanced chemical equation for the reaction that takes place between bromine and sodium iodide? A. Br2 + NaI - >NaBr + I2 B. Br2+ 2NaI - > 2NaBr + I2 C. Br2 + NaI2 - > NaBr + I2 D. Br2 + Na2I - > NaBr + I2

Weegy: D. Br2 + Na2I - > NaBr + I2
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User: The type of reaction that takes place when one element reacts with a compound to form a new compound and a different element is a ____ A. combination reaction. B. decomposition reaction. C. single-replacement reaction. D. double-replacement reaction.

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The type of reaction that takes place when one element reacts with a compound to form a new compound and a different element is a C. single-replacement reaction.
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