CHEMISTRY: Reactions of halogens and halides

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What are the colours of the layers which form when:

Chlorine water+potassium bromide + cyclohexane

Chlorine water + potassium iodide + cyclohexane

Bromine water + potassium iodide + cyclohexane

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What is more reactive - chlorine, or iodine? What will happen when you mix chlorine with iodides?
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