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Bromine Compounds

Lithiumbromide

(7550-35-8)
Used as a humectant, in air-conditioning systems.

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Decabromodiphenyl Ethane

(84852-53-9)
Decabromodiphenylethane is an brominated flame retardant used in thermoplastics, thermosets, textiles and coatings that inhibit or resist the spread of fire.

Cesiumbromide

(7787-69-1)
In x-ray fluorescent screens, spectrometer prisms, absorption-cell windows.

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LANTHANUM BROMIDE

(13536-79-3)
Applied in solid state synthesis of CsNaLa6Br14N2 and La3Br6N which contain rare bitetrahedral structural units.1

BARIUM BROMATE

(13967-90-3)
Used as analytical reagent, also used in the preparation of rare earth bromate

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Inorganic bromine compounds exist in nature such as seawater in the form of inorganic salts, except for artificial synthesis. Inorganic bromine compounds mainly include bromide salts, bromate salts and interhalogen compounds. The preparation process of inorganic bromide is relatively simple, and most of them are prepared by direct reaction of hydrobromic acid and corresponding metal or metal oxide. Bromine and its compounds are powerful weapons for the treatment of neurological diseases. The annual growth rate of global inorganic bromine products is expected to be 3%.
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