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Lithium has a charge of +1 While bromine has a charge of -1 LiBr ---> Li + Br-
if someone can help me with this too i would appreciate it
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@Marmar10 I think we definitely have 4 molecules of B_2 and 8 molecules of A

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That's balanced correctly.. maybe i'm missing something, was this the one arronq helped you with?
yes. idk what im missing either
Your equation is wrong, if it's in water, why do you have LiBr (s)?
\[\sf 4B_2 + 8A ~\rightarrow~ \color{red}{?}AB_2\]
would it still be 4?
but its not balanced then

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