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In the reaction between bromine and sodium, a bromine atom gains an electron. What ion is formed? Is the bromine oxidized, or is it reduced?

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    The ion formed is called "bromide" and for the next question you might want to remember the acronym OILRIG: oxidation is loss of electrons and reduction is gain of electrons. Hope this helps,

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