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predicting products of chemical reactions: i need explanation...magnesium bromide+chlorine

Chemistry
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MgBr2 + Cl2 SingleDisplacement! MgCl2 + Br2
first how would u write this as a balanced equation? wouldnt it be mgbr2+cl ?
how is it cl2?

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So, MgBr2 + Cl2 => MgCl2 + Br2
Chlorine on its own is diatomic :) There are a few elements that are diatomic like that
oh is bromine one of them?
Actually there are 7. Yep bromine is one too :)
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/90/Diatomic_molecules_periodic_table.svg/300px-Diatomic_molecules_periodic_table.svg.png those are the ones
then do i need to balance the equation
since mgbr2 is neutral and cl2 has charge of -2?
Technically, yes. But look at the equation, we're lucky. It turned out balanced
Each Cl has a charge of -1
but theres two of them
oh do you balance the equation after you write out the reaction
yepp
ok thank you!!
Np:)
good luck

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