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Unformatted text preview: orless + NaBr (aq) → Product? colorless aqueous layer is colorless; hexane layer is colorless. A. Based on test reaction 4, what can you conclude about reaction 2? What can you conclude about the TlCl3(aq) + NaBr(aq) reaction from test 4? 4 points B. Analyze test reaction 3 to complete the table below. Do not record spectators for product species. Reaction Oxidizing Agent Reducing Agent Net Reaction Product species 3 2 point 2 point 2 points C. From reactions 2 and 3 together, you can determine the relative strengths of Tl3+ vs. Fe3+ as oxidizing agents. Complete the table below. Oxidizing agent strength of Tl3+ vs. Fe3+: Strongest __________ Weakest Oxidizing Agent > ___________ 2 points Page 8/10 Name: ___________________________________page 9/10 BONUS QUESTION (3 points or zero) The bonus questions deals with the products of reaction 2 (question 6): TlCl3 (aq) colorless + NaBr (aq) colorless → Products? colorless aqueous layer contains a white precipitate; hexane layer is yellow-orange. Identify the white precipitate based on the following test observations: 1.Tl(NO3)3(aq) + NaBr(aq) → colorless aqueous layer contains a white precipitate; hexane layer is yellow-orange. 2.TlCl3(aq) + NaNO3 (aq) → colorless aqueous layer; hexane layer is colorless. Formula of the white precipitate from the TlCl3(aq) + NaBr(aq) reaction? 3 points Page 9/10...
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