3. Balance the following redox equation using the half-reaction method.Remember a substance may be both oxidized and reduced simultaneously.Br2 BrO31- +Br1-(base/alkaline)Reducton halfOxidation half Br, BrO3Brz BrBr22 Br+10e10 Br2Br03 +o5 Br2+Br2t12OH2e 28))(Br2t06Br2+ 120H10Br 2Br0+ 10eBr,28r O3Br, t 120HWAW22.28r0, tloe2120H2 Br0 t10e t6 H203 Brt 6OH-SBSr02T3H203 H,03 Brt 60H-- 5 Br t Br034. Using the balanced redox equation from question #3, how many mL of bromine(density 3.12 g/cm3) will be required to produce 2.50 moles of bromate ion?2041111

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3. Balance the following redox equation using the half-reaction method.
Remember a substance may be both oxidized and reduced simultaneously.
Br2 BrO31- +Br1-
(base/alkaline)
Reducton half
Oxidation half Br, BrO3
Brz Br
Br2
2 Br
+10e
10 Br
2Br03 +o
5 Br2+
Br2t12OH
2e 28))
(Br2
t
0
6Br2+ 120H
10Br 2Br0
+ 10e
Br,28r O3
Br, t 120H
WAW
2
2.
28r0, tloe
2
120H
2 Br0 t10e t6 H20
3 Brt 6OH-SBSr0
2
T3H20
3 H,0
3 Brt 60H-- 5 Br t Br03
4. Using the balanced redox equation from question #3, how many mL of bromine
(density 3.12 g/cm3) will be required to produce 2.50 moles of bromate ion?
204
11
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3. Balance the following redox equation using the half-reaction method. Remember a substance may be both oxidized and reduced simultaneously. Br2 BrO31- +Br1- (base/alkaline) Reducton half Oxidation half Br, BrO3 Brz Br Br2 2 Br +10e 10 Br 2Br03 +o 5 Br2+ Br2t12OH 2e 28)) (Br2 t 0 6Br2+ 120H 10Br 2Br0 + 10e Br,28r O3 Br, t 120H WAW 2 2. 28r0, tloe 2 120H 2 Br0 t10e t6 H20 3 Brt 6OH-SBSr0 2 T3H20 3 H,0 3 Brt 60H-- 5 Br t Br03 4. Using the balanced redox equation from question #3, how many mL of bromine (density 3.12 g/cm3) will be required to produce 2.50 moles of bromate ion? 204 11 11

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