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In the lab, the addition of conc. sulfuric acid to sodium bromide gives orange or brown fumes of bromine.However, the hydrogen bromide formed is further oxidised by sulfuric acid to bromine. The sulfuric acid is reduced to SO2.The stoichiometry of the above reaction assumes that half the HBr formed is oxidised to bromine.
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