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Cl2 + H2 → 2HCl | , Phản ứng hoá hợp, Phản ứng oxi-hoá khử

Cl2 | chlorine | solid + H2 | hydrogen | solid = HCl | hydrogen chloride | solid | Temperature: temperature, Other Condition excess chlorine

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Reaction conditions when applied Cl2 + H2

  • Catalyst: not available
  • Temperature: burning in H2Cl2 or room temperature
  • Pressure: normal
  • Other conditions: not available

Reaction process Cl2 + H2

Process: Put the burning hydrogen to the chlorine vial, after the reaction, put some water into the bottle and shake slightly, then uses litmus paper to try

Note: When chlorine reacts strongly with hydrogen to create colorless hydrogen chloride. This gas is soluble in water and creates chlohydric acid and turns litmus paper into red.

The result of the reaction Cl2 + H2

The phenomenon: Hydrogen burned in chlorine creates uncolor gas. The yellow green color of chlorine gas disappears. Litmus paper turns red.

Detailed information on the reactants

Information about Cl2 (chlorine)

  • Atomic weight: 70.9060
  • Color: Vàng lục nhạt
  • Status: Thể khí

Information about H2 (hydrogen)

  • Atomic weight: 2.01588 ± 0.00014
  • Color: không màu, sẽ phát sáng với ánh sáng tím khi chuyển sang thể plasma
  • Status: Khí

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Information about HCl (hydrogen chloride)

  • Atomic weight: 36.4609
  • Color: trong suốt
  • Status: Chất lỏng

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