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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2000) however it the relatively low level of elimination of bromine could be caused by the presence of a high DO in the solution because of the ozonation process, which restricts the adsorption of bromate in AC (Kiristis et al.
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The bromide can be converted into the bromate (Br[O.
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