Halogens displacement reaction help?

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What would happen if you added bromine water to sodium chloride(aq) and sodium iodide(aq) (in separate test tubes) THEN added cyclohexane?

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Exactly what it says in your textbook or on the webpages that are so easy to search for on the Interwebs.

Oh go, I'll even do it for you: http://bfy.tw/9wol
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Exactly what it says in your textbook or on the webpages that are so easy to search for on the Interwebs.

Oh go, I'll even do it for you: http://bfy.tw/9wol
Cheers for that mate, but I have looked in my 2 separate textbooks and google and I haven't found a result for adding cyclohexane specifically after.
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Cheers for that mate, but I have looked in my 2 separate textbooks and google and I haven't found a result for adding cyclohexane specifically after.
Cyclohexane is an organic, non-polar solvent. There might be reference to something like that, rather than specifically cyclohexane (although that is what is very commonly used).

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