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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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    Sodium loses an electron to become a sodium ion, the bromine gains an electron to become the bromide ion. Na is the reducing agent (it is oxidized) while bromine is the oxidizing agent (it is reduced). Loss of electrons is oxidation; gain of electrons is reduction.

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