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bro·mi·nate

(brō′mə-nāt′)
v.
To combine with bromine or with a compound containing bromine.
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Table 103: European Brominated Flame Retardants Market (2005): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales by Leading Players - Chemtura, Albemarle, Israel Chemicals Limited, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-36
In the early 1970s, tetrabromobisphenol A (TBBPA) was the first brominated FR to see large-scale usage, and to this day its main use has been in epoxy for applications such as circuit boards.
2001 Brominated flame retardants: a novel class of developmental neurotoxicants in our environment?
Brominated fine chemicals are used in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, photographic chemicals, biocides, paper chemicals, perfumes, dyes and other products.
The fear that halogen compounds are not environment-friendly has contributed to the decline in demand for brominated flame retardants," says Xu.
Learn more about Albemarle's brominated flame retardants at http://www.
Since most of these brominated compounds come from the burning of flame-retardant materials--and the use of flame retardants is increasing--the pollutants may pose a growing risk to wild fish, Peterson and his colleagues concluded in the October 1996 Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology.
For flame-retardant styrenics (HIPS, ABS), the company offers several grades of low-molecular-weight brominated epoxies in its F-2000 series, with improved effect on impact strength, flow, and UV stability.
Noonan worked for Great Lakes Chemical for 19 years as Vice President and General Manager of the Brominated Flame Retardants business.
Prices will increase for Great Lakes brominated flame retardants and derivatives including:
This brominated co-polymer of isobutylene and paramethylstyrene (PMS), offers improved resistance to ozone and fatigue crack growth in blends with natural rubber and polybutadiene.
In fact, the chemists note, the EDB-based brominated compounds prevailed even in the exhaust of gasoline that had initially contained equal quantities of both additives.