Bromine is widely known as a chemical element, which has its atomic number 35 and has symbol as Br. Standing as the third-lightest halogen, which evaporates promptly to make a similarly colored gas. The properties of this chemical is intermediate between those of iodine and chlorine. The chemical is the third halogen and being non-metallic, it comes in group 17 of the periodic table. In this way, its chemical properties are similar to those of fluorine, iodine and chlorine. Standing as one of the most reactive elements, the bond energies to Bromine incline to be less than those to chlorine, but more than iodine.


  • Brominated flame retardants stand for a good of increasing importance, and has wide commercial usages.
  • With Ethylene, it acts as an additive in gasoline, incorporating lead anti-engine knocking elements.
  • In its poisonous form, it can be widely utilized as pesticide so as to fumigate soil, housing with the method of tenting.
  • Utilized as general sedatives, other usages include high-density dyes, drilling liquids and pharmaceuticals.

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Ammonium Bromide

Ammonium Bromide is the compound that possesses a saline taste and is easily soluble in water. This ammonium salt is used in various pharmaceutical preparations. It is also used widely for photography in films, plates, and papers; in fireproofing of wood; in lithography, in corrosion inhibitors, and process engraving. This salt exists as white crystals or granules. It is also used as an intermediate source of bromide ion in various laboratory processes and analytical chemistry applications.

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Antimony Tribromide

Antimony Tribromide is a chemical compound that is used to make other antimony compounds, in chemical analysis, and in dyeing. This compound is a yellow crystalline solid. It gets dissolved in hydrobromic acid and decomposed by water. This crystalline solid is corrosive to metals and tissue. It is widely used in the synthesis of antimony compounds, in chemical analysis and semiconductors. This chemical compound acts as a fire retardant in polyethylene polymers, as mordant and in dyeing.

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Barium Bromide Anhydrous

Barium Bromide Anhydrous is the chemical compound prepared from barium carbonate or barium sulfide by reacting it with hydrobromic acid. Barium Bromide can be crystallized in its dihydrate form and gives the anhydrous form upon heating to 120 C. This chemical compound is toxic in aqueous solution and dissolves well in water. It is acts as a precursor to the chemicals used in photography as well as to other bromides. This chemical is toxic and can cause severe poisoning if ingested.

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Barium Bromide Dihydrate

Barium Bromide Dihydrate is the chemical compound with appearance of crystalline powder. This chemical powder is soluble in water and stored at room temperature. It is recommended for research use only and not intended for diagnostic or therapeutic use. This chemical compound is prepared from barium carbonate or barium sulfide by reacting it with hydrobromic acid. It is used in water treatment, chemical analysis and in ultra high purity for certain crystal growth applications.

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Bismuth Tribromide

Bismuth Tribromide is a chemical inorganic compound derived from bismuth and bromine. This chemical compound is not soluble in water but can be decomposed by it. It is widely used in water treatment, chemical analysis and in ultra high purity for certain crystal growth applications. This compound is globally appreciated for ultra high purity and high purity compositions improve both optical quality and usefulness as scientific standards. It is corrosive as well as moisture sensitive and should be kept tightly closed.

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Bromine Chemical

Bromine is the third-lightest halogen. This chemical is a fuming red-brown liquid at room temperature and forms a red-brown colored gas. It is very reactive and does not occur free in nature. This chemical element is highly volatile and evaporates easily. It is used in water purification, agriculture, manufacture of pharmaceuticals, photography, brominated flame retardants and much more. The strong fumes of this chemical irritate the throat and lungs as well as dissolves well in organic liquids but only slightly in water.

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Cadmium Bromide Anhydrous

Cadmium Bromide Anhydrous is ionic cadmium salt of the hydrobromic acid. This salt is a cream-colored crystalline solid that is soluble in water. It is prepared by heating cadmium with bromine vapor. This salt is very toxic and used in the manufacturing of photographic film, engraving, and lithography. It is also used as a pH buffer and hardness booster in water, an additive in plastics and fire extinguishers and as a thinner in fabrics.

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Cadmium Bromide Tetrahydrate

Prepared by applying heat to cadmium in Bromine vapour, the Cadmium Bromide Tetrahydrate we offer is widely used for engraving, photography and lithography. The cream colored crystals are soluble in water and must be handled with care owing to their high toxicity.

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Calcium Bromide Hydrate

Calcium Bromide Hydrate is the compound that is produced by the reaction of calcium oxide, calcium carbonate with hydrobromic acid or the reaction of calcium metal with elemental bromine. This compound is used as dense aqueous solutions for drilling fluids. It is also used in freezing mixtures, fire retardants, food preservatives, neuroses medication, and photography. This compound is white in color and dissolves in water. It is odorless and reacts strongly when comes in contact with water.

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Calcium Bromide

The end product of a reaction between calcium carbonate and calcium oxide with hydrobromic acid, Calcium Bromide is used as a major constituent in fire retardants, freezing mixtures and drilling fluids. The chemical is highly soluble in water and is used in the medical sector for the treatment of neuroses.

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Chromium (II) Bromide

Chromium (II) Bromide is an inorganic compound and a crystalline source of chromium. This compound is highly soluble in water and compatible with Bromides and lower (acidic) pH. It oxidizes in moist air and remains stable in dry air. This compound appears as white crystalline solid and turns yellow when heated. It is hygroscopic in nature and readily dissolves in water. This inorganic compound has no commercial uses but is used on a laboratory-scale for the synthesis of other chromium complexes.

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Cobalt (II) Bromide Hexahydrate

A red colored inorganic compound, Cobalt (II) Bromide Hexahydrate is widely used as a catalyst in various chemical reactions. The chemical is produced by reacting hydrobromic acid with cobalt hydroxide. Exposure to large amounts of the chemical can be highly toxic.


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