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KMnO4 + HBr → Br2 + H2O + KBr + MnBr2 | Equation Balance

KMnO4 | kali pemanganat | chất rắn + HBr | Hidro bromua | chất lỏng = Br2 | brom | Lỏng + H2O | nước | Lỏng + KBr | kali bromua | chất rắn + MnBr2 | Magan bromua | , Condition Potassium permanganate reacts with HBr, Purple color of KMnO4 gets decolored and orange Br2 gas appears

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Reaction conditions when applied KMnO4 + HBr

  • Catalyst: not available
  • Temperature: normal
  • Pressure: normal
  • Other conditions: not available

Reaction process KMnO4 + HBr

Process: Potassium permanganate reacts with HBr

Note: not available

The result of the reaction KMnO4 + HBr

The phenomenon: Purple color of KMnO4 gets decolored and orange Br2 gas appears

Detailed information on the reactants

Information about KMnO4 (potassium permanganate)

  • Atomic weight: 158.0339
  • Color: hình cái kim màu tím-xám màu đỏ tươi trong dung dịch
  • Status: chất rắn

Information about HBr (hydrobromic acid)

  • Atomic weight: 80.9119
  • Color: không màu
  • Status: chất lỏng

Detailed information about the products of the reaction

Information about Br2 (bromine)

  • Atomic weight: 159.8080
  • Color: Nâu đỏ
  • Status: Lỏng

Information about H2O (water)

  • Atomic weight: 18.01528 ± 0.00044
  • Color: Không màu
  • Status: Lỏng

Information about KBr (potassium bromide)

  • Atomic weight: 119.0023
  • Color: màu trắng; không mùi
  • Status: chất rắn

Information about MnBr2 (Manganese(II) bromide; Manganese dibromide; Manganese bromide; Manganese(II) dibromide; Dibromomanganese(II))

  • Atomic weight: 214.7460
  • Color: đang cập nhật
  • Status: đang cập nhật

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The equations for preparation KMnO4

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