Yeah, i know it should be in liquid form, but i don't think i have ever seen pure bromine.(Original post by charco)
Pure is pure, i.e. it doesn't have a concentration (a term usually reserved for solutions).
It is a liquid element at room temperature.
If you wish to be pedantic its 'concentration' in moles per litre would be equal to its density in g/cm3 multiplied by 1000 and divided by its relative mass.
That, at least, would give you a value of moles per litre.
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- 25-01-2010 00:16
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(Original post by shengoc)
- 25-01-2010 00:20
Yeah, i know it should be in liquid form, but i don't think i have ever seen pure bromine.
it'`s pretty nasty stuff, very corrosive, volatile and poisonous.
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- 25-01-2010 00:50
No, bromine is so dark in its pure form that it's almost black
- 04-12-2012 14:59
Hey guys quick question... What happens when we add bromine water to an aldehyde and ketone?
Do they both decolourise or just aldehydes and why?