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is Br2(L)+Cl2(g)--->BrCl(g) a balanced equation?

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    No, but
    Br2+Cl2---> 2BrCl
    is balanced

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    yes

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    No two anions may be put together in an ionic compound. Cl and Br are both negatively charged. You could put BACl2 for example.

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    Br2+Cl2<-->2BCl

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