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Posted by Gilbert on Monday, February 11, 2008 at 9:22pm.

Woiuld you expect jewelry made from an alloy of silver and copper to tarnish (oxidize) in a laboratory where fumes of bromine are present?

I think that it wouldn't because the bromine fumes are probably not ions, and even if they were they would not react because they are less easily reduced than silver and copper. But I'm not sure, so thanks for anyone's help.

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