Group 7 - Halogens

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What will happen when chlorine solution is added to sodium iodide solution? What would I also be able to see?
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As chlorine is more reactive than iodine, sodium chloride would form in a displacement reaction.
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What will happen when chlorine solution is added to sodium iodide solution? What would I also be able to see?
Thank you in advance!
A redox/displacement reaction occurs:
Cl2 + 2I- --> 2Cl- + I2

If you carry out the reaction in cyclohexane, you will see a violet solution formed due to formation of iodine
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