Question

Bromine can be liberated from potassium bromide solution by the action of

Solution

Correct option is

Chlorine water

2KBr + Cl2 âŸ¶ 2KCl + Br2 

This is because chlorine is more reactive than bromine and displaces bromine from its salt solution.

SIMILAR QUESTIONS

Q1

Conc. HNO3 reacts with I2 to form

Q2

From which of the following, SO2 is formed?

Q3

Chlorine cannot displace

Q4

Sulphuric acid reacts with PCl5 to give

Q5

 

The following acids have been arranged in order of decreasing acid strength. Identify the correct order. ClOH

(I), BrOH (II), IOH (III)

Q6

Which of the following oxides is neutral?

Q7

Xenon forms compounds only with

Q8

It is recommended that liquor ammonia bottles should be opened after cooling them in ice for sometime. This is because liquor ammonia

Q9

In the manufacture of safety matches we use 

Q10

Phosphine is produced by adding water to