bromate


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bro·mate

(brō'māt),
Salt or anion of bromic acid.

bromate

Chemistry
noun A bromic acid salt—e.g., NaBrO3, KBrO3.

Medical history
verb To combine or impregnate with bromine—e.g., to bromate camphor.

bro·mate

(brō'māt)
Salt or anion of bromic acid.
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A Dubai Municipality official confirmed that the civic body had alerted the ministry and other municipalities about three companies including Masafi, whose bottled water samples of certain batches contained bromate in levels higher than the Gulf specifications.
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A recent study published in the Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry highlighted the qualities of bilberry extract in protecting an organism from renal damage caused by potassium bromate (KBrO3)--an environmental pollutant that can be formed as a byproduct in the process of ozone purification of drinking water.
Bread flour is a high-gluten flour that has very small amounts of malted barley flour and vitamin C or potassium bromate added to it.
Topics include drinking water regulations, including the EU and US directives and standardization, Bromate determination, including the ion chromographic field-based and alternative laboratory methods, lead monitoring, including factors determining concentrations, sampling procedures, monitoring protocols and lead levels in drinking water, and substances such as metallic minerals and cementitious materials in drinking water.
Angel Springs were put off by the potential for bromate formation as part of the ozonation process.
Coca-Cola's first bottled water product was pulled from the shelves in March last year after it was found to contain twice the legal limit of bromate, a cancer-causing chemical.
Coca-Cola recalled its UK stock of bottled water Dasani after bromate levels were revealed to exceed legal standards.
Coca Cola announcing it is recalling all bottles of its Dasani water after levels of bromate in the water were found to exceed legal levels is a brave decision, according to Elizabeth Speed.
The move to take it off the shelf followed the discovery in samples of the potentially cancer- causing chemical bromate above the UK legal limit.